103-105 George Street


103-105 George Street



Roofed and walled permanent structures.


These 3 storey terraced buildings are built from cream brick which is laid in a Flemish brick bond. The roof is pitched cladded with blue slate and features external brick chimneys. The ground floor windows at both properties have been altered to accommodate the businesses purpose, whereas the first floor at property 103 the windows are arched in shape and at 105 they semi-circular topped in shape. The top floor windows at 103 are squared in shape and at 105 they are tall in shape, the first and second floor windows are all vertical sliding sash windows which have stone sills and brick headers. In addition the ground floor has replacement shop frontages, which have part metal, part clear-glazed doorways. Other architectural features include a red and blue brick string-course at property number 103, a red stock bring string-course at property 105 and a red and blue decorative patterned brickwork also at property number 105. The buildings have a regular form and elements of symmetry to the upper floors.


Statement of Significance

Asset type




Architectural and Artistic Interest

These buildings retain a level of historic fabric and historic architetcural detail which make a positive contribution to the surrounding area.

Group Value

These buildings have a level of group value

Historic Interest

The buildings reflect the traditional functional character and former uses in the area. These structure illustrate the evolution of the wider settlement.

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Date Listed

24 Jul 2023

Last Updated

29 May 2023

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