How do you fancy getting your hands on a country landscape by the sea? Well the Dungeness estate has gone on sale.
It's almost five hundred acres of desert-like terrain, jutting out into the English channel, shifting banks of shingle with a nuclear power station at its tip.
David Johns has been to see what you get for your money.
He spoke to estate trustee Maurice Ede, nature reserve manager Owen Leyshon, and estate agent Will Whittaker.
Estate agents putting up dozens of sales or lettings boards could have their signs banned in some areas.
Reading Borough Council are considering taking action following complaints from local residents who say the signs are spoiling the appearance of certain streets.