105 - 111 Edge Lane


105 - 111 Edge Lane, Stretford M32 8PU



Roofed and walled permanent structures.


Two 19th-century semi-detached residential properties. Each comprises two single-fronted houses with a bay window on the ground floor. The houses are of brick construction with a hipped slate roof, and both retain their original gardens to the front, which are bounded by a low stone-built wall and what are almost certainly the original stone gate posts. The site of the houses is shown as a field on the Ordnance Survey 1st Edition 1:10,560 map of 1848, but the buildings are captured on the 1:2500 1st Revision map of 1898.


Statement of Significance


19th century

Group Value

The houses have a group value with the adjacent Grade II listed Union Baptist Chapel, and the former lodge to Longford Hall, cumulatively making an important contribution to the historic character of the local streetscape.

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Date Listed

16 May 2023

Last Updated

23 Dec 2021

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