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Croft Mill, Cowling - For Sale Brochure - Pre 1971
Supplied by: Edna & Malcolm Smith. Scanned By Cowlingweb
 
Please Note: The brochure is from pre 1971 - Croft Mill was demolished in 1971 / 1972 and the brochure is on the website only as a historical Cowling document
Front Cover

CROFT MILL
COWLING


Nr. KEIGHLEY
Yorks.

For Sale

John Battersby & Son
Land Agents, Surveyors and Valuers since 1882
Chancery Chambers 55 Brown Street Manchester 2 Tel. 061-832 8505
also at Didsbury
Page 1

CROFT MILL, COWLING

Croft Mill, which was erected some 100 years ago, is built predominantly of stone with
a slate roof containing north lights.

Accommodation
Main Weaving Shed. 35,000 sq. ft. (3252 m2)
In addition there is a further works area presently used as a preparation room,

Mechanics' stores and warehouse. 30,000 sq. ft. (2787 m2)
Fronting the main road is a three storey block comprising offices, wareroom
And inspection rooms. 15,000 sq. ft. (1394 m2)

Total area of works and offices. 8 0, 0 0 0 sq. ft. (7433 m2)

Site Area
The works are contained in a site area of 13-6 acres approximately, 11 acres
of which are let to a local farmer at an annual rental of 35.00 per annum.
All measurements are approximate.

Services
All main services are connected or available within the vicinity.

Steam for heating and processing is provided by a Babcock & Wilcox oil fired
package boiler with a capacity of 4,000 Ibs. per hour.

Town Planning
We are given to understand that no Town Map has been prepared for the
area. Proposals for new buildings and development of land are considered
by the planning authority on their individual merits.
Page 2

Location
The property is
situated on the main
Colne - Keighley Road
(A6068) approximately
7-8 miles from each
town.

Cowling has direct
access to the A56,
linking the North East
Lancashire towns to
Manchester. The A650
nearby links the area
with Bradford and
Leeds, providing easy
access to the M62
and M1.

Purchase Price 20,000
(Subject to Contract).

Rateable Value 2,675

Tenure The property is freehold and free from Rent Charge.

General Rate 81 p in the , Skipton R.D.C. 1971 /72.
Back Cover

Map not to scale. Reproduced from the Ordnance Survey Map with the sanction of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown Copyright Reserved.
John Battersby & Son.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 67.
This property is offered subject to not being
sold or withdrawn on receipt of reply, and
although the above particulars are believed to
be accurate, they are not guaranteed and do
not form a contract.
 
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