104 to 110 Hale Road
Hale Road, Hale
Roofed and walled permanent structures.
A terrace of 4 houses about 1860-1870 so contemporary with or only slightly later than Midland Terrace in Hale, which is on the Historic record . At least 2 of he residences appear to have the original sash windows.
Statement of Significance
Asset typeOne of he first terraces along Long lane (Hale road) as the population moved out from the cramped workers housing in the centre of Altrincham.
AgeFrom appearance , 1860 - 1870
RarityHas so far resisted dmolition and replacement by apartments
Architectural and Artistic InterestAttractive in a Victorian versio of georgian terraace
Group ValuePart of a sequence of terraces of mid to late victorian age between Altrincham and the palatial , later , Edwardian mansions further east alng Hale road.
Historic InterestAs far as oe can judge from the 1871 census and later the properties were occupied by shopkeepers , retired business people and skilled craftspeople . A link between the workers housing in the centre of Mnachester such as the Chapel St housing recently excavated and the merchants mansions in Hale and Hale Barns , Evidence of a growing prosperity in Altrincham in the Victorian period .
Archaeological InterestFurther work need s to be done to determine the earlier inhabitants , and the extensions done to the properties , which are partly concealed from the road.
Landmark StatusVery attractive looking properties and clearly much appreciated by the current residents who ae maintaining the visual status.
Images and Documents
24 Jul 2023
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