A LISTED building in the heart of Bradford city centre will go to auction with a guide price of just £70,000.

Glyde House, on Little Horton Lane, was build as a chapel school in the 1860s, but has more recently been used as a offices, event space and bar.

On September 22 the 775 square metre building will go under the hammer at a property auction by Pugh.

The building was included as a lot in an auction earlier this year, but failed to sell for the £95,000 guide price.

Now the guide price for the historic building, which also includes parking for six cars, is just £70,000.

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However, one major catch is that the buyer would have to pay a £25,000 a year ground rent.

The building is just yards from the Alhambra Theatre, City Park and the under construction Bradford Live music venue development.

Glyde House was built as a chapel school and named after a popular minister, Jonathan Glyde, who established the Town Mission.

It was designed in a "restrained Dutch Jacobean Renaissance manner" and was listed in 1983.

For more information visit https://www.pugh-auctions.com/property/23250