The property is a prominently located two-storey, end-of-terrace building. It was originally a Savoy Ballroom until, after World War II, it changed to a dancing and gaming club. The ground floor now provides open-plan retail space. The separately accessed first floor, that was formerly used as a Snooker Hall, was in a bad state of repair. It has now been refurbished to a high standard, and is occupied by a faith group.
Use Class: A1 / A1 / A4 use
Size: 14,395 sq ft
Site Area: 0.25 acres
Conservation Area: No
The property is situated on Rushey Green, in Catford, forming part of the A21. The area has good transport links, with Catford Bridge Station being a short walk away, providing direct links to Central London. Catford’s retail facilities are mainly focused around Rushey Green, with multiple national retailers all located nearby.