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Monday, 19 October 2009

Mossley on Monday: Mossley Hall


Mossley Hall was seen here last year.

Built in 1864 as the home of mill owner George Mayall, it was originally called Whitehall after the farm that had occupied the area. It later became Mossley's Town Hall until local government re-organisation in 1974. It is now known as Mossley Hall and is being restored by its present owners.

Mossley's war memorial stands across the drive from the entrance porch, looking out across the town.

See Google Aerial View of this location.
See Birds Eye View of this location.

6 comments:

  1. It is a beautiful building. I'm so glad it's being restored.

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  2. I think it's beautiful! I adore its old, weathered stone and wonderful entrance details!

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  3. I was wondering who the present owners would be.
    Is it a residence or commercial use.
    So impressive,up to "Lord of the Manor" standard.

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  4. Jaywit - The owner is shown in the Heritage Open Day post that appears in the "You might also like" feature. His family lives in part of the house. Part of the house has been made into two apartments to help with the cost of upkeep. There is also a room that can be used by the community.

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  5. Can't seem to find Heritage Open Day post,if that was the name.I've scolled down twice to 2008.

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  6. Sorry!!! I didn't know about the search blog box.Found it!!
    Bear with me.

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