The two-storey property, at 456-458 Hagley Road West, has an estimated internal floor area of 3,946sq ft and has been listed with a guide price of more than £275,000 in the live-streamed auction.
The vacant building, on a 0.15-acre site, includes a two-bedroom flat, which was used for staff facilities and an office area.
Colin Totney, a land and development surveyor at Bond Wolfe, said: “This property is likely to draw a strong interest from bidders on account of its prominent position on the A456 Hagley Road, a main arterial route into Birmingham city centre.
“It is also on the corner of Stanley Road in a predominantly residential locality and immediately adjacent to a parade of local shops off Stanley Road, which provides strong footfall.
“While its most recent use was as a veterinary surgery, it has good prospects for all sorts of other commercial, residential or redevelopment uses, subject to planning.”
The building is among 199 lots that will appear in Bond Wolfe’s next auction which starts at 9am on March 30.