104 Bankhall Lane
104 Bankhall Lane, Hale WA15 0NW
Roofed and walled permanent structures.
The building is likely to be one of the earliest houses in the locale. It is possibly a building identified as ‘house and garden’ on the Hale tithe map of c. 1842, and is shown on the Ordnance Survey 1st Edition 1:2500 map of 1877. A double-fronted, two-storey dwelling with a pitched and slated roof. Chimney breasts are set against the internal elevation of both gable walls. Identified as a Positive Contributor to the South Hale Conservation Area.
Statement of Significance
AgeThe property is likely to be one of the earliest houses in the locale.
24 Jul 2023
24 Mar 2023
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