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Red House, Longton


Area
Longton
Street
Chadwick Street
Heritage No.
77 A
Grade
II
Date Listed
15 March 1993
Building: The Red House
Location: STOKE ON TRENT SJ94SW CHADWICK STREET, Longton 
Description:  c1840. Brick with plain tiled roof. 2-storeyed 2-unit plan.

The Red House, Longton
The Red House, Longton

photo:  Mr Donald Pittman  August 2003


House, now used as store. c1840.

Brick with plain tiled roof. 2-storey 2-unit plan with central door with fanlight in reeded architrave. 12-pane sash windows with flat-arched stuccoed heads, and 16-pane sashes in hipped side wing. Plain eaves, gable end stacks.

The house once formed a small pottery production unit, and was associated with the decorating kiln now part of the Gladstone Pottery Works


The Red House behind the small decorating kiln
The Red House behind the small decorating kiln

photo: Steve Birks  Sept 1999

Gladstone Pottery Museum
Gladstone Pottery Museum
Corner of Uttoxeter Road and Chadwick Street
to the right is the Red House

photo: Eileen Hallam  2004
 


Gladstone was not a famous pottery, however it was typical of hundreds of similar factories in the area making everyday ceramic items for the mass market and is now preserved as a complete Victorian pottery factory.

Gladstone Works

 


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