Cheadle Hulme recording studio for sale

Michael Hunt

A private pension fund has instructed Jones Lang LaSalle to sell Revolution Recording Studios in Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire.

Over its 35 year history, recording artists including Eric Clapton, Iggy Pop, Snow Patrol, Take That and The Who, have all used Revolution Recording Studios.

The detached property is located on 11 Church Road and comprises a reception area, two control rooms, and five recording areas, although recording equipment is being sold separately.

Tom Cunningham, from Jones Lang LaSalle's licensed leisure team, who is advising on the building's sale, said: "This is a rare investor opportunity to acquire an established recording studio which has been at the forefront of music recording in the UK and host to a long list of successful artists, many of which, like New Order and 808 State are synonymous with the Manchester music scene. Well equipped for its continued use as a recording studio, the future purchaser will no doubt have ideas on how to grow revenues further."

Jones Lang LaSalle said the building has an asking price of £410,000.

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Where is Andy Macpherson? has he retired? asking on behalf of my husband who was in the same band as Andy called Romany Rye in the 60’s

By Jean

Hi, Andy has not retired and he now has a new studio based at his home, I am actually working with him and we have just recorded Sad Cafe live at The Waterside in Sale, I have known Andy since Romany Rye days and remained in contact ever since so prob met your husband as well at some point! All Best, Phil

By Phil Platt

Good to hear Andy has now set up at home, didn,t know he had sold Revolution since last visit there in 2010 with my daughter. Also a member of Romany Rye in the 60’s

By Martyn