A Victorian home in Gorleston has been featured on BBC's Homes Under the Hammer.

Presenter Jacqui Joseph was in the "beautiful seaside town" to see a double-fronted building from the 1800s.

The property was originally built as a home and went on to serve as an officer's artillery in the First World War, then it was a pub and then a vet.

It was a huge empty shell spread over three floors with planning permission in place to make it into four flats with a rear extension.

Jacqui called it an "incredible space" with lots of light as well as a huge front garden with lots of room for parking.

It was bought in February by brothers Howard and Ashley for £250,000, with a budget of £200,000 for renovations which they aimed to complete in just over a year.

Eight months later, Jacqui found the property to be taking shape, with the rear extension up and parts of the flats done.

Robert Hurst from Auction House East Anglia said after the renovation each of the four flats could be worth £130,000 or £650pcm.

Homes Under the Hammer is a daytime BBC show that visits properties across the country which are available for purchase by auction.

It then follows the journey of buyers as they renovate their properties.