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Cleveland Brewery

Two storeys. Central bay with fine Georgian Doorway with venitian window on first floor surmounted by pediment. Stone quoins round central bay and on wings. Bay slightly proud of wings which are plainer with sash windows. Newish pantile roof. Brewery terrace good twon storey early industrial houses with six panelled doors and flat rectangular side-sliding sashes on ground floor. Flat brick lintels not flat arches. Illegible plaque in gable.

Formerly a Methodist chapel and Manse in use between 1812 and 1887, became a brewery around 1890. Was being used as an antique store in 1975. An application for consent to the demolition of a listed building was granted on July 25th 1978.

YAS - Hatcher Card Index. Research funded by the Yorkshire Arts Association 1972. see also The Industrial Architecture of Yorkshire Jane Hatcher 1985

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Key Words :- brewery beer
Address :- 23 North Road, Stokesley, North Yorkshire, TS9 5DY
Grid Ref :- NZ 52264 08645
Co-ordinates :- Lat - 54.470489 , Long - -1.195084
Local Authority :- Hambleton
Pre 1974 County :- Yorkshire - North Riding
Site Condition :- Site redeveloped to residential housing
Site Dates :- 1812 -