An ancient Mission Hall in need of work is expected to attract interest from a wide range of buyers when it goes under the hammer next month.

The hall - in the heart of the popular village of Kedington, between Haverhill and Clare - dates back to the early 1900s and has a guide price of £75k to £100k.

The sale was a "rate opportunity", said auctioneers Cheffins and would appeal to different types of buyers, adding that it was a "wonderful opportunity".

The hall was actively used as a Mission Hall until 2022 and is believed to date from 1915. It is made from external corrugated sheet walls and roof with internal timber panelling. 

It includes an entrance lobby, a main hall and a rear storeroom and is about 81m sq in size.

The outside area includes a small frontage and a driveway to the right hand side of the building which provides off-street parking for multiple cars. To the rear is a small grass garden which backs on to a paddock/field beyond.

Cheffins director Ian Kitson said:  "Mission Hall is in need of some updating/repair and may lend itself to replacement or redevelopment, subject to planning. It therefore offers a wonderful opportunity to owner occupiers and investor buyers alike."

The property auction is due take place at 2pm at Clifton House, 1-2 Clifton Road, Cambridge, on March 6 - with bidding available in the room and online.