Take a look inside this former shop in one Suffolk town that is up for auction.

86-88 High Street in Hadleigh has been listed on Auction House with a guide price of £400,000 to £450,000.

A "stunning" Grade II listed building, this premises offers "the best in retail opportunity" along with first floor accommodation.

East Anglian Daily Times: Inside the Hadleigh High Street unitInside the Hadleigh High Street unit (Image: Auction House)

There is also further development potential to the rear.

The ground floor offers over 1,100 square feet of retail space divided into two units, each with kitchen and bathroom facilities.

On the first floor is a "wonderful" apartment with vaulted ceilings, two reception rooms, a fully fitted kitchen and two double bedrooms.

East Anglian Daily Times: An upstairs reception room at the propertyAn upstairs reception room at the property (Image: Auction House)

This apartment also has independent access.

The gated courtyard to the rear provides parking space and gives access to a detached pre-fabricated building which has lapsed planning permission for three commercial units.

Auction House said: "The property is presented in excellent order throughout and provides a rare, and no doubt popular, opportunity for an end user or investor looking to create a lucrative, multiple stream income".

East Anglian Daily Times: The rear of the High Street propertyThe rear of the High Street property (Image: Auction House)

The auction will take place at 11am on Wednesday, February 8.

More information can be found on the Auction House website.