You could own a former part of Radstock Museum for less than £20,000 - if you bid on this toilet block.
'The Toilet Block', on Waterloo Road in Radstock, was previously a part of the museum and is set to go to auction next month.
The museum, which was originally in Haydon, moved into the former Victorian Market Hall in the centre of Radstock in 1999.
The toilet block is separated from the main museum by a small row of shops, and is not included in the museum building’s Grade II listed status.
The block is in need of refurbishment throughout, with four direct access stalls, one of which can be accessed from the street and the others being approached from the rear.
The auctioneer notes that the property is “full of potential” and could be used for a variety of different uses subject to planning permissions.
The toilet block is being sold at online livestream auction with City & Rural Property Auctions on February 21 2024 for a guide price of £15,000.
The auctioneer said: “Formerly part of the Radstock Museum, this is a single storey end of terraced toilet block situated in a prominent position in the centre of Radstock.
“The property is in need of modernisation and is full of potential.”