- Residential Refurbishment Opportunity
- Suit Various Residential Uses STP
- Prime Residential Area
- Easy Access to Salford and Manchester
OPEN VIEWING DAYS - no appointment required
Tuesday 1st October 2019 - 1pm to 3pm
Friday 4th October 2019 - 10am to 12 noon
The subject property is located within a peaceful setting in the Radcliffe Park Conservation Area close to Irlams o' th 'Height to the west of Salford. Easy access is available from the A580 East Lancashire Road via Swinton Park Road. The immediate area is comprised of high quality housing, with the closest properties being private apartments and a care home for the elderly.
Originally built by a Manchester tea importer and affectionately known as Tea Pot Hall, the property is a locally listed heritage asset with the following details:
The most recent use was as a nurses home.
- Reference: HE_LLCL18
- Description: Mansion (mid 19th century). Asymmetrical plan, two storeys with attic over five bays. Buff sandstone with Welsh slate roof over. Side facing gable with two storey canted bay, carriage entrance beneath engaged square tower, four storeys in height, with two clear stages above eaves level, terminated with a crown roof over a row of slender round arched windows. Not pure Italianate, but certainly Italian Renaissance in style.
The property has enormous potential and would be suitable for a range of residential type uses.
Only to the sole agents - Regency Estates Limited.