If you've ever fancied owning a casino and have a bit of spare change in your back pocket, you could be in luck.
Napoleons Casino has been put up for sale on Rightmove after it closed its doors to punters at the start of January.
The A&S Leisure Group announced that they would be shutting the Ecclesall Road casino and hoped to open another casino, bar and restaurant in Manchester.
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Crosthwaite Commercial are now advertising the huge site on Rightmove but potential buyers will have to cough up at least £850,000 to take it off their hands.
A description of the site on Rightmove reads: "The property comprises a former casino with accommodation on ground, basement and mezzanine levels.
"The ground floor is currently used as a restaurant/bar with a large kitchen, storage/plant areas and male & female W.C's.
"At mezzanine level is a further bar, servery, open seating and an office. The basement currently houses the casino together with further offices, bar and W.C's.
"Externally there is limited car parking to the side together with a loading area."
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Crosthwaite have explained that the premises currently have valid panning consent for a restaurant, bar and casino and that interested purchases should make their own enquiries for alternative uses.
Dave Allen, chairman of The A&S Leisure Group, blamed Ecclesall Road being 'not what it used to be' when he announced the closure of the casino.
He said: "“After 42 years at Ecclesall Road it is a sad day, but time moves on and Ecclesall Road is not what it used to be.
"We’d like to thank everyone for their patronage over the years and do hope people will continue to enjoy the Napoleons experience at Napoleons Owlerton in Sheffield.
“We are also sorry to hear that Dave Baldwin is bringing his era to an end this year, when Baldwin’s Banqueting Suite will close in July.
"Over the years we have always seen a good deal of Baldwins’ business ending up in Napoleons and unfortunately that will no longer be the case.
“We must now look forward to the future and the exciting plans we have in place for the Owlerton and Manchester sites.”