These large semi-detached
houses stand on the west side of Rochdale Road in
Middleton, not far from a number of Wood's creations,
including Fencegate and his own home Redcroft. With
stone mullion and transom windows with leaded lights, it
is a gem.
The bay on the left pierces the roof line, whilst the one on the right reaches up to the base of the larger first-storey window. The front doors, located next to each other at the centre of the design, have stone canopies with a leaded fanlights and carved stone lintels above.
The houses are built of common brick with stone quoins. They were completed in 1900.