12-seat Grand Tier Box in the Royal Albert Hall Available to Purchase For £2.5M

An extremely rare opportunity has arisen to purchase a 12-seat Grand Tier box at the world famous Royal Albert Hall in London. This box places the owner in close proximity to the Royal Box and provides an enviable view of the world’s most anticipated music concerts and events. As the first Grand Tier box to have been made available in almost a decade, it is certain to appreciate over time. In 2017 alone, the Grade I listed Royal Albert Hall will host shows and events including the EE British Academy Film Awards, Titanic Live, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s The Music Of Bond. It is the UK’s busiest and most beloved performance venue with a capacity of up to 5,272 seats, and is host to over 390 shows in the main auditorium each year, to all of which the owners of the box will have prime viewing.
The Grand Tier is best known for being occupied by the monarchy, with the Queen’s Box located on this level. The hall’s long history with the Royal family stretches back to its opening in 1871 by Queen Victoria. It was originally to be named the Central Hall of Arts and Sciences, but was changed to the Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences in 1867, in memory of her husband consort. Upon the halls opening, Queen Victoria acquired 20 boxes on this tier. On purchasing the box, the owner will automatically receive a membership to the Corporation of the Halls of Arts and Science. As a member, the owner will be responsible for such duties as electing the council and the hall’s president, approving the level of the annual contribution, and ensuring that the purposes and traditions of the corporation are upheld.
Offers in excess of £2.5m / €2.88m / $3.04m
With approx 849 years remaining on the lease

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