A converted Thorne chapel is up for sale at an auction in Leeds on Thursday February 20.
The Old Chapel on King Street has been converted into residential accommodation and currently produces rental income of £21,360 per annum.
It is being offered at the Eddisons sale at Leeds United Football Club at a guide price of £170,000.
Meanwhile, two parcels of land in the Doncaster area are also going under the hammer, on the instructions of Yorkshire Water.
These include a parcel of unused scrub land extending to over 12 acres, off Millfield Road in Bentley. The guide price is £15,000 plus.
Elsewhere, land extending to over 15 acres at the Adwick Sweage Treatment Works on Doncaster Lane in Adwick Le Street is guided at £10,000 plus.
In total Eddisons has attracted 141 lots for its first three day sale of the year in Leeds, Manchester and London which includes stock on behalf of local authorities, utility companies, LPA receivers, banks, administrators, property companies and private investors.
Tony Webber, director and auctioneer at Eddisons said: “The improving economic climate means we can look forward to our 2014 auctions with real optimism.
“There is an increase in the availability of funds, including buy-to-let mortgage products and I am confident cash rich investors will continue to target auctions in the pursuit of good quality, realistically priced investments.”
The full catalogue is available to view online at www.eddisons.com/auctions