Seven Kirklees Council-owned buildings or plots of land are going up for auction.
And the lots could net Kirklees Council close to £1m.
Among the seven lots is the former Slaithwaite Library and a former council depot in Bradley.
Kirklees Council is listing its surplus assets for sale to net income and remove the cost of maintaining control of the buildings and land.
If all seven plots sell for their highest prices, it will boost Kirklees coffers by £945,000
The plot with the highest price-tag is Dryfield House, in Healey Lane, Healey in Batley, which has a guide price of £300,000 to £350,000.
It’s a character period property and heritage asset with planning permission for change of use from offices to flats and with outline consent for seven houses in the grounds.
Land at Jagger Lane, Kirkheaton is listed with a guide price of £150,000 to £175,000 - and it comes with planning consent for the conversion of a barn and two cottages, plus surrounding land.
The former Slaithwaite Library is also being sold.
Library services moved out of the Britannia Road building earlier this year and into the town hall.
Kirklees’ former depot and garage site at Sherwood Avenue in Bradley could net £120,000, with outline planning permission already granted for six properties.
The former Dewsbury Registrar Office on Wellington Street has planning consent for the conversion into four flats and is listed with a guide price of £95,000.
The cemetery lodge at Blacker Road, Birkby, is listed with a guide price of £75,000-£95,000 but planning consent has not yet been agreed for a number of changes.
Land at Wilshaw Road in Meltham is listed for sale for as little as £10,000 for just less than an acre.
The auction by Walker Singleton’s will take place on Thursday September 11 at 7pm at The Cedar Court Hotel, Ainley Top.
Kirklees has previously told the Examiner that auctions can be a quick and transparent way of selling assets quickly.
At the last auction of council-owned stock seven lots were mooted to net £965,000 - but the final total topped £1,036,000 with two of the lots not selling.