The former Sudbury Magistrates’ Court has been sold at auction.
The empty building in Acton Lane fetched £112,500 on Thursday after going under the hammer in London.
It includes two court rooms, a magistrates’ retiring room, probation office and reception area and is linked to the town’s police station by a sealed door.
HM Courts Service sold the property around two years after it closed in April 2011, when cases were moved to Bury St Edmunds Magistrates’ Court.
A spokeswoman for Allsop property consultants, which is handling the sale, said she was unable to give any details of the identity of the buyer. The court had been listed with a price of between £75,000 and £125,000.
Speaking before the auction, Simon Hepworth, from Allsop, said the site could be used for a variety of purposes, including homes or offices, subject to planning permission.