An early 19th century house and grounds. Features included a small park, woodlands and a terrace, originally occupying about 10 hectares. The site was lost to redevelopment by the end of the 19th century.
Castlemere Terrace had been developed by the mid 19th century. The house survived to the late 19th century. The park land was developed for housing by the late 19th century.
Detailed DescriptionThe park contained the Castlemere Terrace and a long strip of wood ran from the house to the south and west.
Tree Belt, Garden Terrace
Detailed HistoryCastlemere Terrace was already developed within the park by the mid 19th century. The house survived through to the late 19th century but much of the land had been developed for housing by then.
- University of Manchester and University of York, 1994A Survey of Historic Parks and Gardens in Greater Manchester