A market town's former Barclays bank building has gone on the market for £675,000. 

The Market Hill building in Sudbury is being marketed by Birchall Steel, which has said it has "potential" for residential conversion. 

The banking giant closed down its Sudbury branch in July 2023, saying more were people deciding to use online banking

The mayor of Sudbury described the bank closure as a "very sad day" for the town

Speaking at the time of the closure, a Barclays spokeswoman said: "Our customers’ behaviour has changed significantly in recent years, with the majority now choosing online banking."

According to the listing with Birchall Steel, there is potential to create six flats and two bedsits within the upper parts of the building – albeit no formal planning applications have been made. 

The building extends over a basement, ground floor, and two upper floors. There is also rear pedestrian and vehicle access. 

It comes after Belle Vue House in Sudbury has also been put on the market for £1,100,000.