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3 Ramsgate (Reindeer Public House)

A two storey plus attic building. Constructed in brick in English bond with mortar joints. The main frontage is rendered and painted and the West side is rendered with cement. There is a low parapet with small arched openings above a cornice and either side of two pedimented attic windows. There are two chimneys one central at West end with two pots and one central at east end without pots. The roof is ridged with a slate covering. There are three ventilator tiles on the ridge. The frontage has an ornate surround with a central door and two large windows. Each window has three large panes with three smaller windows above. The end ones opens. Below each of these windowpanes are small panels in the brickwork. There are no windows in the West Wall and none visible at ground level in the West wall. The first floor has windows to the North frontage, possibly modern. They have stone sills and a stone or cement cornice around. On the south side is one modern window a door leading onto outside steps. The second floor on the North side has two two-pane windows to the attic the upper pane opening. On the south side is single pane dormer window with a metal balcony. The south roof has three roof lights, two large and one small. On the North side is a sign with reindeer (more like Babycham Deer) There are what had been stables behind the building in a yard with a wrought iron gate in a modern brick arch.

Period Late 17th Early 18th Century
( Early 18th century, possible 17th century )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Unknown
( Unknown )
Current Building Use Leisure/Entertainment
( Reindeer Public House )
Date of Survey Wed, 30 Sep 2009
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Attached to 106 High Street


Flat 3 Ramsgate Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1BS

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