A property is now up for grabs after it was put on the market for £25,000.
The property comes fully furnished, which in this case is a working toilet and sink but has potential for other uses, subject to planning permission.
It’s an old grade II-listed building, which dates back to the early 1990’s.
After serving as a public convenience for many years, it is now ready to find a forever owner after being permanently closed in 2017.
The building is made of traditional solid brick with Crittall windows. It has a concrete domed roof and is described as “characterful” by estate agents.
Positioned at the junction of Shelbourne Close and Holdenhurst Road in Springbourne, it is said to be in a favoured location.
The tenure is listed as ‘freehold with vacant possession’ and agents believe there are connections to mains water, sewage and electricity available.
Potential buyers must submit an offer by 2pm on March 29 via Sibbett Gregory.