List number: 1024960
List grade: 2
Post code: NE1 5EJ
Grid ref: NZ2452463926

Bewick House, Bewick Street, Newcastle


Thomas Bewick House on Bewick Street in Newcastle was originally built in 1884 by Austin and Johnson, as offices for the Tyne Improvement Commission. In 911, three additional floors were added to the building by W.H. Wood. The building was used as offices for the Port of Tyne Authority for many years. Then in 2006 the Adderstone Group restored and converted the building into 18 residential apartments and a ground floor bar/restaurant. Bewick House is a Grade II listed building.

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Bewick House, Bewick Street Newcastle upon Tyne

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Bewick House, Bewick Street, Newcastle

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Tyne Improvement Commission window above doorway, Bewick House

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Bewick House, Bewick Street, NE1

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BEWICK HOUSE - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Offices. 1884; by Austin and Johnson, for Tyne Improvement Commission; 1911 3 floors added by W.H. Wood. Now Port of Tyne Authority offices. Sandstone ashlar on pink granite plinth ...

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