Townscape Map

22 Prince Regent Street

This  property contains three distinct functions, and in the past the property was more obviously divided into three buildings with different build dates. The whole front has been rendered at different stages. The left-most shop has a minimalist shop façade, while the other two have more robust wooden facades. The roof is a shallow gable profile topped with corrugated iron sheets and semi-round ridge, of what also looks like iron. Around the back of the property three very dilapidated extensions have been added at differing times. According to the map regression, only the one bordering the car park is of an early 20th, late 19th Century date, of which there is no roof and not only vegetation, but a large tree growing inside the extension.

Materials used: Brick, overlaid by render covers the whole property, and the roof is made of corrugated iron sheets. The shop facades and window frames are made of wood.

Number of storeys: 2

Fenestration and doorways: Three ground floor shop frontages incorporate a single door each and a total of four large pane windows of mock arch styling. The first floor front has four windows of differing shapes and sizes still representing the divisions of the building into three distinctive lots.

Period 19th Century
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Unknown
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Thu, 08 Oct 2009


22 Prince Regent Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1DB

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