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5-6 Regent Mews

This is an end property to what is a selection of small, newly refurbished 19th Century terraced houses aptly named ‘Regent Mews’, and as such is essentially one building from 1 – 6. Although using 19th Century bricks, they are not original to the structure. This property is the only one following roughly the original floor-plan, retaining the annex which butts against the buildings around it, incorporating a back entrance into a private yard shared by all six shops.

On the rest of the property, although an attempt has been made to reproduce the original look, the other feature are all made of modern materials including the mock slate tiles, guttering and ‘wooden’ framed windows with concrete sills, also a need for a chimney has gone, and as such, has not been replaced. Materials used: 19th Century brick and rendered concrete sills, with wooden framed windows and shop façade, as well as reproduction slate tiles of an unknown material; most likely recycled rubber tiles. Number of storeys: 2 Fenestration and doorways: A single door has been built into each house, so this record comprises of two. Between these entrances two large wooden astragals with small panes exists, with two smaller sash versions on the first floor front. On the annex extension to the back of the house, a further single door to each property and small window to each floor and face of the extension.

Period 20th Century
( Late 20th century )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Shop
( Shop )
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Sun, 06 Oct 2019
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Three more shops including number 1 & 2 and 5 & 6 are part of the same refurbished structure, only serving different functions. Butts against No. 22 Prince Regent Street (C/14) and No. 28 and No. 32 West Row (C/16 & 17).


5 Regent Mews Prince Regent Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1DD

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