Former South Yorkshire town hall and current art gallery to go under the hammer
The former Bawtry Town Hall which is currently being used as a art gallery is set to go under the hammer.
The property which fronts Bawtry's Market Place as originally constructed in 1890 and has had a mezzanine floor.
Currently, Limited 2 Art, since 2016, it has previously been a working men’s club, a car showroom and flower shop,
A spokesman for Pugh & Company Limited, who are marketing the property said: “It is considered suitable for a number of uses or development subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
“Bawtry is an historic market town in Yorkshire located approximately three miles from the A1 providing excellent access to the regions.”
The property has a cellar, parking space and covers about 185 sq m.
It is to be sold by public auction on the February, 27 at the Leeds United Football Club, Norman Hunter Suite, Leeds.
It has a guide price of £540,000.