A townhouse building in Cardigan's historic quarter is on the market and could be yours for £250,000.

The Grade II-listed property on St Mary Street has been described as a "stunning, landmark building" with stunning views of Cardigan Castle and is currently home to the Custom House Shop and Gallery as well as a first floor one-bedroom flat.

However, in an advertisement on Rightmove, estate agent Cardigan Bay Properties says the building would lend itself to being converted into a townhouse, subject to planning permission.

The advert says: "The entire property is Grade II Listed and is just off the high street and lends itself well to either being kept as it is or, subject to planning and listed building permission, being converted into a lovely townhouse.

"The flat is accessed independently of the retail space so this can be leased out separately to the retail area, and the flat has been let out on long let in the past and has also been a holiday let, making this a very versatile property in a stunning location."

The Custom House Shop and Gallery on St Mary Street remains open despite the property being placed on the market. 

It is open from 10.30am until 3pm from Monday to Saturday, with longer opening hours throughout the year.

More information about the sale of the property can be found on Rightmove.