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Brief description of site

Audenshaw Hall was a hall in grounds to the south of Audenshaw Road. The site backed on to open fields to the south. The Manchester to Sheffield Railway lies further south. There was a small pleasure ground and productive garden. The hall and grounds were modified by 1895, with suburban development in the open fields. The site is now lost. The hall has been demolished, but the area of the site can be recognised in the developed urban area.

Location information:

Address: Audenshaw Road, Audenshaw, M34 5PY

Locality: Tameside, Greater Manchester

Local Authorities:

Greater Manchester; Tameside; Audenshaw

Historical County: Cheshire

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 109 Grid Ref: SJ907975
Latitude: 53.4742 Longitude: -2.14158

Key information:

Form of site: park

Site first created: Before 1895

Survival: Lost

Site Size (Hectares): 1

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