Wythenshawe Hall, Wythenshawe Park - Manchester

Enlarged timber framed and brick house, originally the seat of the Egerton Family of Tatton. Central core is an early C16 timber framed hall, altered in C17, partly rebuilt in 1797, then enlarged in the early C19. Later extensions. Building suffered a major arson fire in March 2016, with significant damage to the historic timber framed core. Historic England is supporting Manchester City Council in undertaking remedial works. The Council has commenced work to identify a sustainable use for the Hall post-restoration, working with all interested parties, including an active friends group.

Wythenshawe Hall, Wythenshawe Park - Manchester
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Site Details

  • Designated Site Name: WYTHENSHAWE HALL
  • Heritage Category: Listed Building grade II*
  • List Entry Number: 1255034
  • Local Planning Authority: Manchester
  • Site Type: Domestic > Country house

Location

  • Building Name: Wythenshawe Hall
  • County: Greater Manchester
  • District / Borough: Manchester
  • Parliamentary Constituency: Wythenshawe and Sale East
  • Region: North West

Assessment Information

  • Assessment Type: Building or structure
  • Condition: Very bad
  • Occupancy / Use: Part occupied/part in use
  • Priority: F - Repair scheme in progress and (where applicable) end use or user identified; or functionally redundant buildings with new use agreed but not yet implemented.
  • Previous Priority: B
  • Ownership: Local authority
  • Designation: Listed Building grade II*, RPG grade II

Contact Details

Peter Barlow 0161 242 1428

Next steps

Read more about this historic site on the National Heritage List for England