According to the article, it’s expected that the complex could fetch around £20 million [~$27 million]. More:
The house, 3 Abbey Road, was bought in 1929 by The Gramophone Company, who later became EMI.
It opened as the world’s first custom-built recording studio in 1931, and became famous as the place where The Beatles recorded all their albums, except for Let It Be.
The Beatles also made the zebra crossing outside the studio legendary.
So many others have worked there over the decades, including Pink Floyd and Radiohead.
Hopefully the studio will stay open and functioning but I am bracing myself for the inevitable and the new owners turn it into a Chuck E Cheese or Hard Rock Cafe. Bleah.