An empty valleys building that used to be a branch of Natwest bank is going to auction after years standing empty as well as a past of being used for dubious activities.
The end of terrace, three-storey building in Pentre, Rhondda Cynon Taf closed its doors to customers in December 2015. The main reason for closure was issued via a statement from the bank at the time that cited a decline in its use due to online growth.
The property, with its original banking hall on the ground floor and a total internal space of some 2,444sq ft, is listed with a guide price of £80,000-plus with Newport-based Paul Fosh Auctions.
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