Wednesday, 14 August 2013
The house was constructed c.1889. It is built of red brick with applied timber-framing to the first floor. The gabled roof is tiled, with tall diagonally-set brick stacks. The 2-storey front elevation have 3 and 4-light timber casements with leaded glass, and coloured glass in the top-lights, the central projecting bay on Edgeley Road is gabled with barge boards. The Dale Street elevation has a C20 door in a lean-to open timber porch to the left, and a relief plaster panel with the name EDGELEY COTTAGE and the date 1889.
Front boundary walls are coursed stone.
A contribution to ABC Wednesday.