A FORMER police station in Swanage is up for sale – for £1.2 million – complete with cells and a front desk.
The building, in Argyle Road, remains largely untouched since it ceased operations with Dorset Police in 2012.
Built in 1899, the structure is of Purbeck stone, with a car park to the rear.
For those wishing to reenact episodes of The Bill at home, the building still features a number of cells, as well as a full front-counter facility and a charge room for checking in those unsavoury types in your life.
Being handled by Corbens, the property listing said: “The property is situated on a prominent site about one third of a mile level distance from the town centre and beach.
“Swanage lies at the Eastern tip of the Isle of Purbeck delightfully situated between the Purbeck Hills.
“It has a fine, safe, sandy beach, and is an attractive mixture of old stone cottages and more modern properties, all of which blend in well with the peaceful surroundings.”
It says the building boasts “attractive elevations”, standing in grounds of around 0.3 acres.
Click here to see the former Swanage Police Station listing on Rightmove.