There's some seriously hot property for sale.
It's got four bedrooms, two bathrooms and it's shaped like a penis.
Yes, a penis, a wedding tackle, love dart or twig and berries.
Real estate agents say it's "unique and very private" - that sure is one way to describe it.
Known as "Buckingham Phallus", it's close to Browns Bay and surrounded by vegetation.
It's on McCarrs Creek Road in Church Point, a quaint suburb in Sydney's northern beaches.
The mischievous floor plan was designed by architect Stan Symonds, who had a thing for curvature, and was erected in 1958.
The home was sold for $1.35 million 14 months ago but the owner was not up for a lengthy stay so it's back on the market.
The asking price for the elongated abode is between $1.37 million and $1.5 million.
"The floorplan is something you don't see every day but it works well with the rest of the house which is generous in size," Belle Property Mona Vale residential sales consultant Stephen Allen told news.com.au.
"It's very, very interesting."
Bedrooms extend down the shaft of the home before opening into the living area and bathroom.
Somebody artistic or creative - or somebody with a sense of humour - is expected to grab this saucy structure.
"Most people are going to say it's a bit quirky for them, I can see that coming from families in particular," Mr Allen said. "It's ideally going to suit small families or first-home buyers."
The first open house is on Saturday.