A Cornish commercial agent is inviting offers from potential purchasers keen to get their hands on their very own copper mine.
Some of the buildings are Grade II listed
Tywarnhale Mine, near Pothtowan, is a former 19th Century copper mine which comes with a number of mine buildings.
The land, which stretches to 42 acres, is designated as a site of special scientific interest.
Offers over £100,000 are being sought for the site which is unlikely to gain permission to be turned into a home.
Peter Heather, of Truro-based Miller Commercial, said: "It is not often we have the opportunity to offer such historic and interesting property.
"As to its future we do know that informal discussions with the local authority indicates a desire to see the surface buildings used for commercial purposes and there is a resistance towards a change of use to residential."
The property currently forms part of Cornwall's application as a World Heritage Site for Cornish Mining and some of the buildings are Grade II listed.