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Listed Buildings in Stoke-on-Trent and area

House at Brook Street, Stoke

Brook Street
Heritage No.
117 A
Date Listed
31 October 1980
Building: House - was the National and Provincial Bank
Location: STOKE ON TRENT Brook Street, Stoke
Description:  1867, Tudor Gothic style, stone dressings - same style as the earlier terraced houses

View of Brook Street - from Glebe Street
View of Brook Street - from Glebe Street
These buildings are situated on the north side of Brook Street which crosses the line of the culverted Fowlea Brook
- hence the name Brook Street

Offices, formerly dwelling. Circa 1870.

Brick with stone dressings and plain tiled roof. 2-storeyed, built on angle of Brook Street and Glebe Street in Tudor Gothic style, with angled bay across the corner containing doorway in 4-centered arch with foliated spandrels and hood mould over, and oriel bay window above.

2 gabled bays to Brook Street, with mullioned and transomed windows of 4 and 2 lights (some renewed), set beneath flat hood moulds carried on corbels.

No 1 Brook Street
No 1 Brook Street

on Glebe Street

other houses in Brook Street


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