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It includes a scale plan of the site showing owners of adjacent land.
It cites an indenture of lease dated 21 July 1817, between Charles, Richard and Samuel Wood and William Johnson concerning a plot of land in Sutton, Macclesfield, being part of a field called Mill Field or Mill Meadow and bounded at the East by the Macclesfield-Leek turnpike, to the North by the Mill Pool watercourse and on the West by a new street intended to be called Cross Street.
The property included a freehold factory and 4 houses in Bank Street, 13 leasehold houses and a shop in Bank Street, 6 freehold houses and a bakehouse in Turnock Street and 11 leasehold houses in Brook Street, Macclesfield.
There is a later (1900) addition which shows that the plot is that on which numbers 21, 23 and 25 Church Street West, and no. Draft assignment by Misses Edith Harriet & Julia Elizabeth Jotham of 270 Camden Road, London, to James Brierley Hughes of 67 Roe Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire, surgeon, of land on which No's 63 & 65 Roe Street, Macclesfield stand, dated 31 December 1904.
The mill's tenants were Wood Street Company (for power only), J. Letter 5 (dated 18 April 1916 lists the stock on hand of Messrs Rowson & Son, Macclesfield and Leek, which included 1798-2s-11d of raw silk, 128-16s-3d of thrown silk and 63-8s-8d of bought thrown silk.
There is also a handwritten note re liabilities omitted from the account.
The house is approached by an attractive carriage way lined by tall tree.
It is constructed of brick with a slated roof and all the elevations are cement rendered and painted. The property a lounge, dining room, morning room, kitchen and conservatory on the ground floor, 4 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and a "wash cellar" in the basement.
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Park Lane House, plus numbers 193 and 195 Park Lane and 1649 square yard plot opposite the latter.