Greenfield Conservative Club is up for sale just over a fortnight after its doors closed for the final time.
But it will cost nearly half a million pounds to become the new owner of the 123-year-old building.
The Chew Valley Road premises are being marketed by Roger Hannah & Co who have placed a guide price of £495,000 on the local Victorian landmark.
The sale includes the building of 534 sq m (5,750 sq ft) plus a car park of approximately 0.4 acres described as large enough to accommodate 20 cars.
Planning permission will be needed by any developer looking to turn the Conservative Club into residential accommodation.
Last year local builder, John Sykes, paid £260,000 for the 150-year-old Delph Club in Gartside Street.
And in March earlier this year a building in St Anne’s Square, Delph-a former Labour Club- was auctioned at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium.
The reserve price of £190,000 wasn’t met but was subsequently sold after the auction for an undisclosed sum.