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A former RAF station - complete with high-security fence, underground bunker and a helipad - has been put up for sale on eBay for £2.5m.
The Neatishead radar base in Norfolk opened in 1941 and played an important role in monitoring Britain's skies during the Second World War and the Cold War.
The 25-acre site was decommissioned in 2006, and sold to a private company.
It's been rarely used since, and has been on the market for some time.
There are 16 buildings on the site, including former radar rooms, tennis and squash courts, station headquarters and the old officers' mess.
The RAF still carries out communication work for aircraft on a small part of the site.
That work would continue, alongside the RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, which was established on the air base 14 years ago.
The page has attracted more than 5,000 hits so far - but no offers have been made.
Bidding ends on Friday 8th February.
Shopping giant and online auction service eBay is reported to have avoided paying nearly £50 million in corporation tax.
The firm paid just over £1 million in corporation tax - using legal accounting schemes - despite making almost £800m in British sales, according to a Sunday Times investigation.
It is thought eBay used legal tax-avoidance schemes to channel payments through Luxembourg and Switzerland.
An eBay spokesman said the firm "works with tax authorities and complies fully with all applicable tax laws and regimes".
The online shopping company eBay paid just over £1m in corporation tax in Britain despite sales of almost £800m over a year, reports the Sunday Times.