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Houses at Brook Street, Stoke

Brook Street
Heritage No.
118 A to D
Date Listed
03 August 1971
Building: Terrace houses (nos 2 - 6)
Location: STOKE ON TRENT Brook Street, Stoke
Description:  1838, architect: Henry Ward, Tudor Gothic style

numbers 2 to 6 Brook Street, Stoke
numbers 2 to 6 Brook Street, Stoke
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

Terrace of 5 house now in use as offices, all that remains of a longer row. Yellow brick with stone dressings and Welsh slate roofs.

2-storeyed raised on a basement, each unit of 2 bays: a narrow bay with doorway in recessed porch and a wider gabled bay with full height canted bay windows. Each unit is a mirror image of its neighbour, with paired entrances in a single arched recess.

Stuccoed 2-centred arch to porches, Gothic traceried panels to inner doors, and mullioned and transomed windows over (some renewed), and stone mullioned and transomed lights to bay windows. Coped gables and parapet eaves. Axial stacks (renewed).

Entrances approached up steps with cast-iron railings which return along the frontages. The houses were part of a controlled development by the church aimed at attracting the wealthy to live in Stoke.

Entrances to numbers 3 & 4
Entrances to numbers 3 & 4

on Glebe Street

No 1 Brook Street

architect: Henry Ward


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