The former Luna Bar on Falcon Street, Ipswich, is up for auction this week.

A contemporary club space in the centre of Ipswich is heading to auction on Wednesday, July 26 after being closed for several years. 

The bar, located at 22 Falcon Street, has a guide price of £150,000 and will be sold through Auction House, an East Anglian-based company.

The space is around 110 square metres and features huge floor-to-ceiling windows at the front of the property.

Ipswich Star: Luna Bar was a Caribbean-inspired spaceLuna Bar was a Caribbean-inspired space (Image: Auction House)

Ipswich Star: The property has floor-to-ceiling windowsThe property has floor-to-ceiling windows (Image: Auction House)

Luna Bar was a Caribbean-inspired lounge that sold themed food and drinks, and it is very colourfully painted inside as a result.

However, the bar closed several years ago and the space has remained empty since.

The former bar straddles two floors, the top floor of which has planning permission to be turned into an apartment, should the new owner wish to do so.

The property has also served as a nail salon, so there is plenty of scope to do something different with the large space in the centre of town.

Interested parties can arrange to view through the auction house.