THIS Kingswinford property that is currently home to a High Street bank is to be sold at auction as a potential investment.

The single-storey commercial property in Kingswinford High Street, which is currently let to Lloyds Bank, is among the lots lined up for sale at the next Bond Wolfe Auctions livestreamed sale taking place on Wednesday March 27, starting at 8.30am.

It has a guide price of £275,000+ plus fees.

The property is currently let to Lloyds Bank on a three-year lease which started from June 1 2023, according to sales particulars which describe it as an investment property.

Stourbridge News: Aerial view of the property - 70 High Street, KingswinfordAerial view of the property - 70 High Street, Kingswinford (Image: Bond Wolfe Auctions)

Generating a rental income of £31,000 per year, it comprises a banking hall with ancillary accommodation and car park at rear for approximately 10 cars and the building has an energy performance rating of D.

A note on the auction house website says that offers may be considered prior to the auction sale.

Anyone interested in bidding must pre-register no later than 3pm the day before the auction.