Townscape Map

31 to 33 North Terrace Norton Road

This three storey town house is constructed of brick and mortar in Flemish bond. It has a gabled slate roof, with two rectangular transverse brick chimney stacks, and the central stack serves properties 31 and 33. The left hand side has five clay pots of three different designs, and the central stack has six clay pots of the same design. To the front elevation there are four single entrances, two at ground floor level and two at basement level, one at each level serving each property. Each ground floor entrance is recessed and approached by nine plus two stone steps. There are five steps down to each basement entrance. At basement level there are there are two sets of three sash windows, one set for each property.

At ground floor level, there are two sash windows, one for each property. At first floor level there are four sash windows, one for each property. In addition each ground floor door has a rectangular fanlight. Each ground floor and first floor window has lintels composed of vertical bricks. Stone string courses run between basement and ground floor level and between ground and first floor level. Each ground floor entrance has a decorative stone surround composed of pilasters either side with scroll capitals and a rectangular pediment. A row of stone corbels runs under the eaves. There are two extractor fans at the first floor level for each property. There is a modern 21st century third floor extension raising the height of the rear elevation, which is of brick and mortar construction in English Garden Wall bond.

The roof is multi-gabled to accommodate living space. There is one single entrance at street level. At ground floor level there is one large sash window. On the first floor there are two large sash windows. There are two large arched stair windows between the ground and 1st floors. Under each top floor gable there is a two paned sash window.

The rear extension to property 31 extends back to Thomas Street but there is no such extension to number 33. There are two plastic drainpipes with side extensions, which run down the left and right hand sides, one to each property. The basement level to the front elevation appears to be at ground level to the back; however the terminology throughout this report refers to this as the basement.

Period 19th Century
( Early 19th century )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Dwelling/House
( Dwelling )
Current Building Use Dwelling/House
Date of Survey Fri, 21 Sep 2012
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Attached to M20 and M22 Contempory with buildings M20, M22 and M23


31 Norton Road Stockton-on-Tees TS18 2BU

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