Leisure Facility to rentThe Registry Office, Park Green, Macclesfield, SK11
Removed 6,195 sq. ft. | POA
- 6,195 sq ft (575 sq m)
The property comprises an imposing Grade II listed building that
was constructed in 1876 as the Macclesfield Free Library and
gifted to the town by David Chadwick, the town's Liberal MP at
the time. It has remained in Local Authority ownership ever since.
In 1995 the Library was relocated and the property theb became
Macclesfield Registrar's Office until approximately 2 years ago.
The property is a substantial 2 storey building of traditional
stonework construction built in a gothic style at considerable
expense and has been well maintained.
The building has a wealth of period features incorporates
polychromic brickwork, a ornate spirelet and gable containing a
rose window under a traditional multi-pitched slate roof.
The property is arguably the most attractive and imposing iconic
building within an area rich in historical importance and adjacent
to the town's highly regarded Silk Museum in Paradise Mill.
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