Chaddock Hall is an historic 17th century county house which we are renovating to its former glory.
The Grade 11 listed building in Astley, Greater Manchester was empty for a long number of years and suffered major damage in December 2014 after a fire.
Now we are transforming the two acre site into a £7 million gated village built around the old hall and barns.
The unique upmarket scheme will consist of 27 houses – a mix of one, two, three and four bed detached, semi-detached and link houses with courtyards and walled gardens. The main house is to be made into two homes , and the existing barns into four houses. Some of the houses will have roof terraces, and there will be lots of landscaped communal outdoor areas with water features. We are also retaining the unique walled gardens.
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Salford architects OMI have devised the scheme which mixes old with new, traditional with contemporary and have the feel of a village . It has already been put forward for this year’s National House Building Awards. “We have not used OMI before but we are really impressed with the scheme and think it will prove to be hugely popular , said Sean McCaul.
“It is our most exciting project to date because it is a landmark site and we are doing our bit not just to retain a vital part of the area’s history but breathe new life into it. Astley is proving to be a desirable area to live in and this will be a definite first for the area. We are recreating a village feel round the hall and giving history a modern twist. “
The development is being built in brick, stone and render .
Chaddock Hall has a chequered history . In the Middle Ages Chaddock was a hamlet with the hall surround by a few houses. A family of yeoman farmers with the same name occupied the estate for many centuries.
In 1782 the Duke of Bridgewater leased land at Chaddock and it was bought for Bridgewater Estates in 1810. In the 1870s the hall was used as a school and over the years some parts have been demolished while other sections have been extended.