The cost of renting - never mind buying - in the UK is astronomical right now, but it turns out that there's at least one reasonably priced house on the market.
Not only that, but this two-bedroomed house in Liverpool comes with a bizarre twist that's sure to leave you chuckling.
So, how much will it set you back?
Well, the property, which has been described as an 'investment opportunity', is on the market for just £79,950.
Given that the average price for a terraced house in England was £222,723 in 2021, this really is a total steal.
But it gets even better when you see what's inside.
While the property initially starts off looking like any average, semi-modern UK home on the inside, once you hit picture four on the Rightmove listing, your jaw will drop.
This is because, for some completely bizarre reason, the home comes complete with a Tasmanian devil shrine - specifically dedicated to Taz, the beloved Looney Tunes character.
Now, we aren't even going to attempt to estimate how many Taz plushies there are in this room, but if the picture is anything to go by, there are likely hundreds.
Naturally, there's a Bugs Bunny plushy in there for good measure too.
This shrine did not go unnoticed, and one prospective buyer went on to share the listing on Twitter, writing: "hahahaha please look at this house [sic]."
The tweet has gone far from unnoticed since it was posted yesterday, and at the time of writing, it's been seen by a staggering 3.7 million people.
Needless to say, it wasn't long before the jokes started.
Reacting to the two-bedroomed home, one Twitter user remarked: "Hahahaha he needs to just bail selling it and do daily viewings like a grotto [sic]."
A second joked: "That's someone who mentioned they liked the Tasmania devil just once and then gets at least 10 every Christmas and birthday."
"What the devil?" questioned a third while a fourth wrote: "Only 80 grand AND it has a Taz room? Count me in."
While a fifth speculated: "It helps buyers to imagine what the room would look like filled with their own Taz collection."
"I'm reeling at the price," wrote a sixth viewer. "That would cost at least £300k where I live, extra £50k for the taz army [sic]."
Regardless, if this looks like the house of your dreams, you can find out more on Rightmove.