Waldorf House was built in 1863, the first Masonic Lodge in Greater Manchester to act as a base for the growing popularity of Freemasonry. It was designed by local Prestwich architect, William Mangnall. A closer look of the building facade shows the four statues of Fortitude, Prudence, Temperance and Justice along with a range of Masonic symbols. By 1929 the Freemasons had outgrown Waldorf House and moved to their newly constructed Temple on Bridge Street.
In 2020/2021 the building has undergone extensive restoration and where possible existing features have been retained.
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Waldorf House is a small exclusive new build development in just off St Peters Square in the City Centre. Waldorf House was built in 1863, the first masonic Lodge in Great Manchester to act as a base for the growing popularity of Freemasonry. It was designed by local Prestwich architect, William Mangnall.
Restored former Masonic Hall. Beautiful, detailed architecture both inside and out. Period features throughout.
From £1,400 pcm
2 Bedroom & 2 Bedroom Duplexes
SIZE OF DEVELOPMENT
14 Apartments / 4 Storeys
St. Peters Square/Metrolink Stop - Less Than 1 Minutes Walk
City Centre - Less Than 2 Minutes Walk
Picadilly Gardens - 5 Minutes Walk
Market Street/Arndale Centre - 5 Minutes Walk
Picadilly Station - Less Than 10 Minutes (Walk/Public Transport)
The University Of Manchester - Less Than 10 Minutes (Walk/Public Transport)
Central, Manchester, M2 2AD
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