One of central London's smallest detached homes has been put on the market for the first time in 50 years for a big price - almost three times the UK average.
The pint-sized pad has just 290sq/ft of floor space and is in need of a full renovation.
But despite the size and condition, the "gem" is in the middle of Chelsea, so has an asking price of £600,000.
Walk through the front door of the home on Britten Street and you're straight into the reception room, with a doorway leading to the kitchen and shower room.
Stairs lead up to the sole bedroom on the first floor, with a window overlooking St Luke's Garden, a pretty park which has a church in the grounds.
The home has now been put on the market for the first time since 1969. It has an asking price of £600,000, but when refurbished, the home could be worth as much as £1 million.
It is totally unique, a one-off. I've not seen anything in Chelsea which has a freehold and is smaller. It is going to suit a buyer who wants the space without the management charge of an apartment. It could be a first home or a pied-a-terre. We have had a large number of people expressing interest in it and it has only been on the market for a week. People are looking for something that captures their imagination. Once it is done up, someone might pay as much as £1 million for it, we don't know - it is unique.
The diminutive home on Britten Street also has potential for a roof terrace, subject to planning permission.