A grade two listed vacant shop and three-bedroom maisonette contained in one building is set to go under the hammer.

The "historic" mixed use property in a market town is being auctioned off next month.

People have the chance to own a "historic three storey mid terraced property" in Bungay as an "ideal purchase" is offered for sale at auction.

Marketed by Auction House East Anglia, it is due to be sold on a freehold tenure at an online auction on February 8, with a guide price of £110,000 to £130,000 plus fees.

Described as a three-bed maisonette, the town centre mixed use property at 17 Market Place, Bungay consists of a vacant ground floor shop and a vacant three-bedroom maisonette.

Beccles & Bungay Journal: A grade two listed vacant shop and three-bedroom maisonette in Bungay is set to go under the hammer.A grade two listed vacant shop and three-bedroom maisonette in Bungay is set to go under the hammer. (Image: Auction House East Anglia)

The property description for 17 Market Place, Bungay from the auctioneers states it is a "Grade II listed" mixed use property comprising a shop and three-bedroom maisonette.

It adds: "This historic three-storey mid terraced property comprises a vacant 33sq m ground floor commercial premises and a vacant 114sq m three-bedroom maisonette with accommodation arranged over three floors.

"It has electric heating and could become self-contained with access from the rear courtyard.

"Both are in need of updating and improvement to realise their full potential.

"The property is located in a prime trading location overlooking the Market Place and backing onto St Mary's Church.

"An ideal purchase for an owner occupier or investor."

With the ground floor featuring the shop - two retail rooms - and a maisonette reception room, the first floor includes a landing, kitchen, bathroom and lounge.

The second floor has a landing and three bedrooms and according to the auctioneers, the outside of the property includes: "Rear fully enclosed courtyard garden which opens onto picturesque views of local church.

"There is also access to a dry storage shed and outside WC."

A former computer maintenance and repairs shop, the property at 17 Market Place, Bungay has also included a fishmongers. 

According to Historic England, 17 and 19, Market Place in Place in Bungay are Grade II listed buildings that were first listed in August 1972 due to "its special architectural or historic interest".