Britain's smallest home, which is less than half the size of a train carriage, has sold for £275,000.
The converted flower shop has just 188 sq/ft of space and is a fifth of the size of the average new build.
It features a bed on a mezzanine, a tiny bathroom and an open plan kitchen and living area.
Despite going on the market for £275,000 there was no shortage of interest, with more than 220,000 people viewing the adverts on Rightmove and Zoopla.
And after a flurry of enquiries and a number of offers, the house, in Islington in North London, was quickly snapped up.
While Winkworth wouldn't confirm the agreed sale price or the buyers, the property had been put on the market for £275,000.
This is £100,000 more than the £177,000, on average, the Land Registry says people paid for a home in England and Wales last month.
The ONS now says the average value of a home in the UK is £275,000.