A former church near Wolverhampton city centre is going under the hammer.
The building, which was once the Sacred Africa Ministries Apostolic Church, will have a guide price of £150,000 when it is sold at an online auction next week.
It is listed as a two-storey self-contained industrial unit featuring a ground floor main hall and ancillary rooms, including kitchen and WC.
The first floor comprises a two bedroom flat with a kitchen and bathroom.
Parking is also available at the front of the Spring Road building, which extends approximately 4,700 sq. ft.
More photographs of the property can be found in the gallery below.
A spokesman for SDL Property Auctions said: “We feel the building would lend itself well for a variety of alternative uses, such as industrial warehouse or residential, subject to obtaining appropriate planning consents.”
Potential bidders can tune into the auction from 10.30am on Thursday, February 25 by clicking here.
The auction will be held behind closed doors with a live auctioneer and will be streamed online in real-time.
The property will be sold alongside several other lots.
Other local properties featured in the auction include a three-bedroom detached house in Lawn Lane, Wolverhampton, which has a guide price of £300,000.
A three-bed mid-terraced property in Clifford Street, Wolverhampton, is also being sold with a £90,000 guide price.
All bids must be placed remotely and people will be required to register, undertake identity checks and provide payment details before they can be authorised to bid.