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39 West Row

This is a two storey brick building in English bond three stretcher plus one header. The roof is monopitch with concrete tiles. The south wall is completely rendered with cement and the east wall is half rendered. The building is extended to the rear north slightly and shows a different level of windows. However brickwork and windows are identical. The north east corner has evidence of new brickwork suggesting damage repair at some point.

Windows & Doors: The main face (west) fronting on to West Row has a single large window with concrete sill and lintel. The window has roller shutter and has infilled modern brickwork below, suggesting that this was originally a wide door. There is a door with roller shutter on the north side of the building. The rest of the windows are at approx. first floor level but may be high-level ground floor windows. On West side there are two arched sash windows with stone sills and brick lintels. They have 3+3 panes.

On the north side there are four identical windows in the main block and three identical windows in the extended block at a lower level. These three windows have ornate wrought iron bars over them. There are stones set in wall above and between the windows. The roof level appears to have lifted by about six courses of brick at eaves level tapering to zero at ridge level. The end of an “I” beam girder protrudes from the west face possibly supporting the roof. There is a corner protector at the north west corner in the form of a shell shape but in cast iron 21 “ high by 7” diameter.

Period 20th Century
( 20th century )
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Hotel
( Unknown )
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Wed, 30 Sep 2009


39 West Row Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1BN

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