Mayfield House is a seven-bay three-storey Italianate style house with a basement. It dates back to the 1840s and is thought to incorporate the fabric of an earlier house from 1740. The house was designed by William Tinsley for the Malcomson family as part of the Malcomson cotton factory complex, the remains of which are nearby and also in very poor condition.

The house is set well back from the road and a ruined gate lodge is at the start of an avenue leading to the front door in the very striking entrance tower. At one time this entire complex would have been alive with workers coming and going from the factory but sadly not today. Mayfield House shows glimpses of what once was, but is now no more.

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