A former Sunday School will go under the hammer at auction this month after being converted into a unique residential home.

The property, which is located off Mendham Lane in Harleston and is Grade II listed, was built in the early 1900s and designed by renowned architect, Edward Boardman.

He was elected Mayor of Norwich between 1905 and 1906 and was responsible for a number of the city's ecclesiastical buildings, as well as the original Norfolk & Norwich Hospital and the conversion of Norwich Castle from a gaol into a museum.

The former Sunday School is set well back from the road behind the former Methodist Chapel and is listed for sale with Auction House East Anglia at a guide price of £200,000-£250,000.

It has been partly converted into a four-bedroom home by its current owners and provides around 2,200 sq ft of living space.

A spokesperson for Auction House describes it as an "ongoing project", with completed works including the addition of a mezzanine bedroom overlooking a 23x22 ft living space. This features two large windows to two sides and an 18ft ceiling height - both in keeping with the property's original use.

The auction will take place at 11am on Wednesday, March 23 and viewing appointments can be booked for Thursday, March 3 and Wednesday, March 9. For more information, contact Auction House East Anglia.

Mendham Lane, Harleston
Guide price: £200,000-£250,000
Auction House East Anglia, 01603 505100