14, St Thomas's Square, Newport
Listed grade: Grade 2
Year listed: 1972
Description: Large deep red brick Victorian warehouse with pedimented end to west, of 3 storeys. But adjoining it to the east and part of the same premises a house which is contemporary with God's Providence and No 13, continuing their old tiled roof. The front however has been refaced in the early C19 with purple grey headers with red brick dressings. Slightly heavier contemporary wood eaves cornice with Nos 12 and 13 thin block cornice added below at time of refacing, and band between storeys. 2 windows, sash, glazing bars, moulded flush wood frames, thin wood block sills, flat red brick arches. Ground floor mid C19 shop front, window of 5 lights,
partly boarded up with thin colonettes curved corners to heads of
panes. Doric pilasters frieze and shallow projecting cornice. Recessed plain wood door to west has list its doorcase, segmental grey header arch over.
(Details from https://historicengland.org.uk/)