A former Methodist chapel and nightclub in Pudsey has gone on the market for offers over a cool £1.25 million.
The Grade II Listed Trinity Methodist Chapel, off Lowtown, closed as a church in 1982 and was used as a shopping arcade throughout the 1980s and 90s, as well as an arts centre and Citizens Advice Bureau and cafe. It dates back to around 1899.
Most recently it was a nightclub, which closed in 2016 due to anti-social behaviour.
The price also includes car parking on the one-acre site, as well as flats 1 to 12 in a block of apartments at the adjacent Mount Pleasant Heights.
The properties are being advertised by Adair Paxton and more details can be found here.
Plans to transform Trinity into 20 flats where refused by Leeds City Council back in March 2019.