|Size||1,803 sq ft / 167.5 sq m|
|Rent||£19,500 per annum|
Self Contained First Floor Offices.
Within Former Co-operative Building.
167.47 sq m (1,803 sq ft).
Contemporary Office Space.
Attractive Period Building.
Pleasant Saddleworth Location.
Close to Standedge Tunnel & Huddersfield Canal.
Potential for Alternative Business Uses.
To Let: £19,500 Per Annum, Exclusive.
The property is situated in the Saddleworth Village of Diggle approximately 1 mile to the east of Uppermill and approximately 5 miles to the east of Oldham, in the Pennines close to the boundary between Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire and within the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham. The historic Standedge canal and railway tunnels are close by and the property is close to the Huddersfield Narrow Canal within a predominately residential area. Greenfield Railway Station on the main Manchester to Leeds railway line is within 1 ½ miles of the property and Junction 21 of the M62 Trans Pennine Motorway is approximately 6 miles to the north at Milnrow.
Formerly the headquarters of the Diggle Co-operative Society, this attractive vernacular Pennine Stone building dates from 1868 but has been carefully restored and refurbished to create business space over 3 floors with retail units to the ground floor, offices to the first floor and studio space to the second floor.
The whole of the first floor is now available as a single self contained suite comprising private and open plan offices along with a storeroom, kitchen and toilet facilities.