Stamford Place is a development of 2 beautifully crafted family homes. Each home has been meticulously
designed to create a stylish, luxurious and unique home in which the owners will enjoy the very highest
standard and quality of living. All materials, specifications and finishes have been carefully chosen to give
this development a prevailing sense of luxury.
The architecture has been inspired by its past, notably the grand Victorian villas of Altrincham and their
imposing facades. The houses at Stamford Place feature impressive bay windows, period detailing
including sash-style windows and grey slate roofs which all add to their authenticity and attractive design.
Yet the open plan living, superbly proportioned spaces over two floors and contemporary internal design
ensure that the finished product suits the needs of today's modern family.
In brief each property has four bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, master bedroom with ensuite, magnificent open
plan kitchen and dining area with family room, living room and utility. Each property has a private rear garden,
accessed via large bi fold doors for al fresco entertaining.
The houses are named after notable people that were born and lived in Altrincham:
The Allingham - Plot 1
Helen Allingham, born 1848, Altrincham. She was a water colour artist who lived in Altrincham until the age
of 14 and was the first woman to be admitted to the Royal Academy Schools.
The Bradbury - Plot 2
Edward Bradbury, born 1881, Altrincham. He was awarded the Victoria Cross for gallantry and ability in
organising the defence of 'L' Battery against heavy odds at Nery on 1 September 1914.