Stalls Seats, Royal Albert Hall, SW7
Stamp duty breakdown
Since 4th December 2014 Stamp Duty Land Tax On Residential Property purchases changed with increasing percentage thresholds to pay depending on the price agreed. Our table below shows the full amount at the bottom, with a breakdown of the contribution from each tier displayed for clarity.
Due to recent circumstances, SDLT has been set at the following rates until 31st March 2021.
|Up to £500,000||0%||£0|
|Above £500,000 to £925,000||5%||£2,500|
|Above £925,000 to £1.500,000||10%||£33,750|
A rare opportunity to purchase a pair of stall seats within the worlds most prestigious concert hall. Commanding excellent views of the main stage and auditorium, the seats are located in Section J on the eastern side of the Royal Albert Hall. Section J is also conveniently located close to the numerous bars and restaurants in the Hall and is easily accessible from the main entrance lobby.
Seatholders are entitled access to their seats for all Ordinary lettings, which amount to approximately to two thirds of the performances in the Hall in any twelve month period. For those events for which seatholders do not use their tickets, the Hall operates a sucessful Ticket Return Scheme.
The Royal Albert Hall is one of the United Kingdom's most treasured and distinctive buildings. Since the hall's opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world's leading artists have graced it's stage and it is also famous for hosting the annual summer season of the Proms concerts since 1941.
NB : Please note that the Royal Albert Hall is currently closed due to the the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.