Now, you can sit near the Queen at the Royal Albert Hall, in case you have £2,5 million ($3 million) to spare. A 12-seat box at the Britain’s historic concert hall is now on sale at the already mentioned price.
Harrods Estates, the property agent, said the box is located on the Grand Tier close to the Royal Family’s own, and provides some of the best views in the building. From that place, Queen Elizabeth II enjoys the world’s leading artists and is the first of its type to have gone on sale in more than a decade.
“We have witnessed these boxes sell previously to the true lovers of the arts and this time should be no different,” ,” said Nicholas Shaw, Sales Manager at Harrods Estates.
“I anticipate this will sell to a British investor.”
In purchasing the box, the owner will acquire an 849-year lease and automatic membership of the Corporation of the Halls of Arts and Science, which gives them responsibility for duties including electing the Hall’s president, and approving funding.
The Royal Albert Hall’s history with the Royal family stretches back to 1871 when it was opened by Queen Victoria in memory of her late husband Prince Albert.
It is best-known for hosting the annual BBC Proms, an eight-week summer festival of music.