A former café and bank in Loddon is going up for auction with a guide price of £300,000. 

The building in Church Plain was formerly The Terrace café but before was a Barclays bank which closed its doors in 2017.  

The property has full planning permission to be converted and extended into six two-bedroom flats while keeping the café space below. 

Beccles & Bungay Journal: The main room inside the propertyThe main room inside the property (Image: Auction House East Anglia)

According to the plans, two of the apartments would be built on the ground floor with the café and the other four flats would be on the first floor. 

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The building currently includes three toilets, an office, a staff room and a kitchen. 

Beccles & Bungay Journal: Inside the former Barclays bank in Loddon which is up for auctionInside the former Barclays bank in Loddon which is up for auction (Image: Auction House East Anglia)Outside there is a front, rear and side garden, a coal shed and permit parking is available in an adjacent public car park.


It sits within a conservation area and overlooks Holy Trinity Church. 

Barclays cited declining numbers of counter transactions as the main reason for the branch's closure in 2017, also claiming just 153 people used the branch exclusively for their banking.

The auction is taking place at 11am on December 13 at Auction House East Anglia.