A town's former social club has been snapped up by a mystery buyer for £750,000.

The former Downham Market Club includes a hall, two bars, a store, toilets, office, trophy room and tea room, along with extensive parking.

It stands on just over an acre of land on Paradise Road, near the town centre.

It was described as being suitable for a number of uses, including residential development before it came under the hammer.

It was one of 70 lots to be sold online by Auction House East Anglia, at a recent sale which raised more than £10m.

The club closed 18 down months ago blaming the smoking ban and competition from a new Wetherspoons for declining trade.

It had previously been closed due to Covid lockdown, before reopening in December 2020, with a new kitchen and indoor play area.

The premises had served the town since 1992, offering live music as well as food and drink.

Neither its new owner or their intentions for the building have been revealed.