Charlton’s closed Antigallican pub on the market for £3.25m

The Antigallican
Up for sale: The Antigallican has been closed for over a year

The Antigallican pub on Woolwich Road is up for sale, nearly two years after councillors backed plans to build eight flats alongside it.

The auction house Allsop has set a guide price of £3,250,000 for the Victorian building.

Once a freehouse in the 1980s and 1990s which brewed its own beer, the pub – which had hotel accommodation above it – had fallen on hard times and had been designated as an away fans’ pub for Charlton Athletic matches. It closed its doors for the last time over a year ago.

In 2017 councillors approved plans to build a two-storey extension with eight flats, a gym and a retail unit, replacing the hotel rooms – with councillors told at the time that it was struggling to compete with low-cost hotels opening up in Woolwich. But last August, a new application was submitted for a three-storey extension to create a 60-room hotel.

It will go under the hammer at a auction of residential properties on Thursday 30 May at the InterContinental Hotel in Mayfair.


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