Harewood Lodge 6409

Tameside, Greater Manchester, England, Greater Manchester

Brief Description

Harewood Lodge is an early 19th-century-house, with grounds to the north of Mottram Road. The site lies to the west of Broadbottom. There were open fields to the north, and housing to the west and east. The lodge is at the entrance from Mottram Road. The site is roughly square, with the house and associated buildings in the centre. The boundary belt to the north appears to include open fields in the design of the site. The site remains extant.

Features
  • Tree Belt
  • Description: The boundary belt to the north appears to include open fields in the design of the site.
  • Tree Belt
  • Description: The boundary belt to the north appears to include open fields in the design of the site.
References

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Contributors

  • Cheshire Gardens Trust

  • Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit