A GRADE II listed building on the Caernarfon waterfront is on the market for less than £60,000.

The disused Victorian building, opposite the Welsh Highland Railway on St Helen's Road, has been empty for years with its interior bare and the windows boarded up.

The site was originally an Union Ironworks office in the mid to late 19th century and was later used as a rugby club.

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The Gothic-style building was given protected status in 2002 for its "historical importance representing former industries" on the town's Cei Llechi/Slate Quay along with its "strong agricultural character".

It is on the market with estate agent Williams & Goodwin for just £59,950, and could become the latest development in the multi-million project to rejuvenate this area of the town.

The estate agent said on the listing: “The property could be suitable to a variety of uses subject to the necessary consents and currently offers offering over 220m² of accommodation over two floors.”