Mauldeth Hall (also known as Heaton Moor Golf Club)6343

Stockport, Greater Manchester, England, Greater Manchester

Brief Description

The site of Mauldeth Hall lies to east of Mauldeth Lane/Burnage Lane, with a brook to north, open fields to east and Burnage Lodge to west. Features include boundary planting, two or three small woods, a productive garden associated with the home farm and two lakes, one with an island integrated with the parkland to south of hall. The site remains extant. The grounds and open fields to the north-east containing Peel Moat now form a golf course.

History

James Prince Lee, first bishop of Manchester, died at the hall in 1869. By 1895 the hall had been converted into hospital for incurable diseases.

Features
  • Hall (featured building)
  • Description: The hall is in the centre of the site. It was built in 1830, and is a fine late Grecian villa approached by a long drive to south, with a lodge added by 1895.
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  • Lake
  • Description: There are two lakes, one with an island.
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Contributors

  • Cheshire Gardens Trust

  • Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit