St Mark's Vicarage (also known as Crossfield House)6255

Salford, Greater Manchester, England, Greater Manchester

Brief Description

St Mark's Vicarage was a house with a small park to the east of Swinehey Lane (later Worsley Road). There was an entrance lodge from the lane and a crescent-shaped lake to the east of the house. The house was roughly central to the site, with foot paths linking it to St Mark's Church and Worsley School. The lake was reduced in scale by the late-19th-century, by which time the house had become the vicarage. There is partial survival of this site. The vicarage exists with part of the original site, although much is now lost to development and road building.

Features
Vicarage
Authorities

Electoral Ward

  • Worsley
References

References

Contributors

  • Lancashire Gardens Trust

  • Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit