Concave façade of a flat-roofed house

Royd House is a Grade I listed building in Hale, Greater Manchester, one of the six such structuresGrade I listed buildings in the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford in Greater Manchester. in the metropolitan borough of Trafford. Designed by the architect Edgar Wood as his own home, it was built between 1914 and 1916, and is considered to be one of the most advanced examples of early 20th-century domestic architecture.[1]

The concave façade of the two-storey, y-shaped building is faced in Portland red stone and Lancashire brick. The flat roof is of concrete.[1]



Historic England. Royd House, 224, Hale Road.