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Baguley is a locality in Wythenshawe, and an electoral ward of the city of Manchester, England. Historically party of Cheshire, the town is mentioned as Bagelei in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Baguley Hall is a 14th century timber-framed manor house that may have replaced an 11th or 12th century house.

Most of Baguley was developed for housing after World War II, as part of the Wythenshawe Estate, including many council houses and tower blocks. However, much of the social housing has been sold off under the "Right To Buy" scheme.

Baguley includes the Roundthorn Industrial Estate where a number of businesses  and factories are located. In the 1990's, a large Tesco opened in the area. Across the road from this is Brookway Retail Park, which hosts several stores including Wickes, Pet's at Home, Aldi, B and M and Matalan.

The town had its own railway station which opened in 1866, but closed in 1964. Baguley may become a stop on the Manchester Metrolink when the extension to Wythenshawe and Manchester Airport is built.

Baguley Hall