Park Green House is located on the corner of Park Green and Sunderland Street, Macclesfield, adjacent to the Memorial Gardens, in the heart of a conservation area.
The building was constructed in the 1720s during the reign of King George II and began its life as the private dwelling of local mill owner John Ryle and his family. According to local historians, Park Green House has spent much of its life up until 2006 as a doctor’s surgery, before we acquired it and began to lovingly restore it.
Park Green House is Grade II listed and therefore a building of special historical interest. We acquired the building in the latter part of 2007 and today it serves the community as our funeral home. Since acquiring Park Green House we have renovated the building internally and externally. The works have been carried out by local contractors, using appropriate materials in order to protect the historical integrity of the building and to preserve it for future generations.
We are proud to say that in 2009 Park Green House won an award from the Macclesfield Civic Society in recognition of our renovation works. The interior has been decorated in a warm and welcoming style that is in keeping with the building’s history, whilst also providing a relaxed atmosphere for visitors to discuss their needs.
You are always welcome to call in, view the premises and meet our team to discuss your thoughts or plans.