A whole row of shops in Mansfield could be yours - for a cool three quarters of a million pounds.
Mansfield District Council is selling a row of five freehold retail units, which forms part of a longer terrace dating from the 1900's on Albert Street, Mansfield.
Some of the units are currently let out to businesses and it is estimated the collective rent produces around £69,550 per annum.
The row includes 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28A and 28 - 30 Albert Street.
The property has stone faced elevations and incorporates at 18 and 28A double wooden door street entrances to self contained first floor offices.
To the rear of the building, accessed via Clerkson Street is a large self contained three storey office building with three parking bays as well as a single storey full height vaulted ceiling dance hall and electricty sub station.
There are also two car park areas at the rear of the property with 15 bays.
The property was up for auction with firm Lambert Smith Hampton but did not sell and the website says the proprerty is available for around £750,000.
The website says there is room for development or alterrnative use for the units.
For more information visit http://www.lshauctions.co.uk/national/lot/57874?platform=hootsuite