Lot 63
£5.25M Result
The Hippodrome and Land, Rear of 5 North End Road
Golders Green, London
NW11 7RP
Located on a prominent site, an imposing and iconic detached Grade II Listed building of some 39,942 sq ft previously used as a religious centre (D1 use). Having potential for development and change of use subject to the usual consents - Vacant

By order of the LPA Receivers
  • Golders Green is an affluent and desirable suburb in the London Borough of Barnet located approximately 5.5 miles north-west of central London (Charing Cross)
  • The property is situated in a prominent and prime position on the junction of North End Road and Finchley Road
  • Shopping facilities are available locally along Finchley Road and Golders Green Road, together with a good selection of cafés, bars and restaurants
  • Brent Cross Shopping Centre is within easy reach, providing a wider selection of goods and services
  • Recreational facilities can be found at Golders Hill Park, Hampstead Heath Extension and Hampstead Heath, which are all conveniently close by
  • Nearby road communications are via the A502 and A41
Golders Green (Northern Line)
  • Built by Bertie Crewe in 1913 as a 3,000-seater music hall
  • Formerly home to the BBC Concert Orchestra for many years, but has had many uses over the years including music and concert venue, light entertainment venue and boxing arena
  • Current capacity 2,000 people
  • Grade II Listed
  • Detached building with seven bays to each side between rusticated stair towers
  • The interior is designed to mimic Roman splendour and comprises an entrance foyer, auditorium with proscenium extended stage and two circles. There are various office rooms and ladies and gents WCs over the interior levels
  • In need of refurbishment
  • Parking for several cars
  • Ground Floor – 12,051 sq ft
  • First Floor – 2,365 sq ft
  • Lower Circle – 8,688 sq ft
  • Second Floor/Upper Circle – 8,616 sq ft
  • Roof/Top Floor – 2,653 sq ft
  • Total GIA – 39,942 sq ft

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