Longlands 6418

Tameside, Greater Manchester, Greater Manchester, England

Brief Description

Longlands has a house with grounds to the north of Mottram Road. There were open fields on all other boundaries, and a lodge on Mottram Road. The house lies to the north of a very irregular site. There was a long drive curving around an open area through the wood from the road. The site is cut through by a number of streams. The site remains extant. The house and lodge survive. A modern map identifies the water tower (disused) to the south-east of the site. The motorway clips the northern edge of the site.

Features
  • Gate Lodge
  • Description: The house and lodge survive.
  • Tower
  • Description: A modern map identifies the water tower (disused) to the south-east of the site.
  • Stream
  • Description: The site is cut through by a number of streams.
  • Drive
  • Description: There was a long drive curving around an open area through the wood from the road.
Authorities

Electoral Ward

  • Hyde Godley
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