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5 – 9 Dovecot Street

This robust building appears much younger than a lot of the warehouses in the SHiP area, but the map regression shows a similar building has been standing from, at the earliest, 1914. On present maps it has been incorporated into buildings 10 – 15. The chimney shows English Garden Wall bonding beneath the white painted walls. Ornate white painted brackets adorn the eaves, and slight projecting coping follows down from chimney stack to eave on the left side of the roof. Lintels and projecting sills can be partially seen through the white paint bordering each of the windows on the upper two floors. Materials used: Early 20th Century brick and stone lintels make up the face of the property and the roof is built of thin slate. Number of storeys: three Fenestration and doorways: The large shop frontage is a modern wooden façade with five large panes of glass built in and one double door occupying the ground floor. The two upper floors have four sash windows each. The second floor of which has the upper sash, of each of the hour windows, decorated in stain-glass deco-art style.

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


5 Dovecot Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1LH

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