Castle Club
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Castle Club

Castle Club

The Castle Club

Location
South-West London

Size
32,000 sq ft

Status
Sold 2022

Use
Healthcare

Value
£20m

Agents
BNP / Cushman & Wakefield

Architects Frederick John and Horace Francis were brothers who practiced together from an office in Upper Bedford Place, Russell Square, London. The Francis brothers were relatively prolific architects of the time, particularly noted for their churches and use of the Italianate and late-Gothic styles.

Originally called The Elizabethan School, The Castle Club was built in 1854 as a school for local children. It later became a hospital for children with TB, and has remained in use as either a school or youth club since.

Thackeray Group purchased the Castle Club in 2016 with the view of regenerating and repurposing this heritage site into a beneficial use for the community.

The Grade II listed building had been vacant and derelict since xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx In 2019, Thackeray Group was granted planning consent for a 33-bed state of the art care home.

Knowles Construction are appointed as principal contractor, with the scope of works consisting of basement excavation, superstructure, construction and building envelope works.

The existing heritage and fabric will be retained and enhanced, while modernisation and an extension to the rear will regenerate the site. Works are on schedule for completion in Q4 2022.