Townscape Map

23-25 Bishopton Lane

This is a two storey buildings all now serving one function. Each elevation has white-painted render, though stone ashlar is visible beneath render in places, particularly on the Bishopton Lane elevation. To the front the ground floor has five large panes topped with two small squares panes above all within a blue-painted modern shop frontage. The first floor has three vertical sash windows with blue-painted concrete sills. The side elevation comprises two separate build, being the gable end of the building onto Bishopton Lane and the end of the building facing onto North Street. The ground floor is primarily a modern shop frontage with two entrances, one single entrance in its centre and a double entrance to the south end complete with a hooded façade of similar design to the frontage out onto Bishopton Lane. There are three large panes topped with six small square panes framed within a blue-painted wood façade and the glass in the double door is frosted. The first floor has three vertical sash windows and each has a blue-painted concrete sill. The rear elevation has no windows or entrances on the ground floor, but has two vertical sash windows on the first floor. The roof is pantile and comprises both gable and hipped formats. The gable end has a narrow rectangular chimney stack with two pots and the hipped roof has another narrow rectangular chimney stack with two pots.

Period 19th Century
( Mid to late 19th century )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area No
Original Building Use Dwelling/House
( Dwelling )
Current Building Use Services
Date of Survey Thu, 20 Sep 2012
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Butts N/18 to the east.


23A Bishopton Lane Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1PS

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