It may not look like much from the outside, little more than a small box. But this property in north London not only went on the market for close to £1 million - it has already been snapped up and put under offer.
Built in the sixties, in one of London's most expensive areas, the three bedroom end of terrace house was listed by estate agents Day Morris for £950,000. It's located in Kingsley Place in Highgate.
Speaking to ITV News, the estate agent said there was still high demand for properties in this part of London, meaning there was no shortage of people wanting to buy it.
Here's how the property was described:
Situated in a quiet position in the heart of The Village is this two storey, 1960's built house which has been well maintained and comprises; 3 bedrooms, bathroom, spacious reception, kitchen/breakfast room, guest cloakroom, south westerly facing garden and allocated parking.
Take a look around the property below.