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  Other  Let  Market Street  Hyde  Greater Manchester  SK14  - £350 pcm

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Are you looking to expand your business or may you want to start your own new adventure, well look no further this shop is perfect for you.

With a full shop window for your display no one is going to miss what`s on offer and is great for your advertisement.

Inside you have a large spacious floor space and the wooden paneling is perfect if you need office space at the back, as via the door you have another large spacious floor space and can fit up to four desks.

A storage cupboard is located in the back so your staff have some where to hang there bits and bobs.

There is a WC located to the rear of these premises and facing is the kitchen area so your staff can`t complain if the tea/coffee is flowing.

To the rear of the property is the back exit where I believe you can park one car.

If you decide to for this shop you would be in great location as you are on a main busy road that travels through Hyde.

Hyde was built on the success of the cotton mills during the Industrial Revolution of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The Peak Forest Canal runs through Hyde; A branch of the canal leading to Ashton, the other way leads to Woodley, Romiley and Marple. At the end of Woodend Lane one can see Captain Clark`s Bridge, commemorating Cpt Clark. Originally there were 40 working mills. By 1872 only 27 remained - of these half closed from 1921-1939. There is one working mill in the town today.

Hyde Town Hall dominates the market place area. The large bell in the clocktower is known as "Owd Josh" (Old Josh), named after Joshua Bradley, a former mayor of Hyde who had risen up from being a poor child worker in the mills. It has the ring of Big Ben.

There were many mill-owning families, including the Sidebotham, Hibbert and Horsfield families. However, the major employer in the mills was the Ashton family, who successfully did both spinning and weaving even though most mills concentrated on one process only. The Ashton family also built Hyde Chapel on Stockport Road, Gee Cross. The Ashton mill (Ashton Bros) has recently been demolished to make way for a housing estate.


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