Merseyside Fire & Rescue service has instructed chartered surveyors Hardie Brack to sell two properties.
Staff have moved into Merseyside Fire & Rescue's headquarters in St Anne Street, Liverpool, after the properties became surplus to its requirements.
The first property is a 28,000 sq ft warehouse on the Triumph Trading Park in Speke, near the Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Merseyside Fire & Rescue service used the property to hold fire prevention workshops.
Mark Hardie, from Hardie Black, said: "Whilst this property is some 40 years old, it has been well maintained and periodically modernised by the fire service, providing their workshops until recently. Interestingly, this is where the original TR7 sports cars were made."
Hardie said the asking price is £550,000 but rental deals for an appropriately strong tenant would be considered.
The second property is a purpose built fire station located at Low Hill, just above the city centre approximately 6,000 sq ft in size, providing fire engine garages, offices and canteen, as well as dormitory accommodation and its own car park. The asking price for this property is £225,000.
Hardie said property lends itself to roadside retail, cash and carry or office use, as well as general workshops.