A two-bed flat in a converted magistrates court is available to rent for £ 750 a month, and tenants can use the cells for storage.
The old building has had a makeover with two refurbished bedrooms kitted out with new carpets.
There is also a plush kitchen and bathrooms in the pad.
But the original holding cells in the basement are still there and can be used as “storage at additional cost.”
They still have the old metal security doors and there are bars in the corridor.
It used to be Wakefield Magistrates Court in West Yorkshire which closed in 2016.
All cases were moved to Leeds.
It is being let by OpenRent and advertised on Rightmove.
The listing reads: “Contemporary two bedroom, two bathroom apartment set within this brand new conversion of the old magistrates court.
The location has a lot to offer prospective tenants.
“In the heart of the Civic Quarter with two shopping malls, the Ridings and Trinity Walk provide a huge variety of restaurants, cafes, and retail shopping, all within walking distance.
“Wakefield Westgate Station is a mere 250 metres away, which offers direct trains via the East Coast mainline to Leeds city centre in 15 minutes and London Kings Cross in two hours.
“Available to move in immediately, no parking but this property benefits from a locked bike store and intercom system.
“The building’s original holding cells are available to be used as storage at additional cost.
Tenants need to pay a £850 deposit and it comes unfurnished.
It is only for a maximum of two people and the minimum term is six months.
No students are allowed, families, pets or smokers.
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