10-12 Springfield Road


10-12 Springfield Road, Altrincham WA141HE



Roofed and walled permanent structures.


This two-storey building (plus basement and attic) dates to the last quarter of the 19th century is constructed from red stock brick, hand-made Cheshire brick and cream brick; these bricks are laid using an English garden brick bond. The windows are elongated in a shape and have been replaced with upvc; the windows have stone sills and brick headers. The buildings have pitched roofs which are cladded in blue slate tiles; all properties have chimneys and finals. Other features of this property include a part glazed, part timbered doorway, a blue bricked string course, modern canopy over entrance and a two-storey canted bays plus basement. Original boundary features and treatment have been removed and the front garden has been converted for parking. The building is in a regular plan form and are of a symmetrical composition. Identified as a 'positive contributor' to the Old Market Place Conservation Area.


Statement of Significance


Late 19th century

Images and Documents


Date Listed

24 Jul 2023

Last Updated

07 Jan 2022

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