A grotty ground floor flat so grim even the agents selling it have described it as "horrendous", could be the last ever property to sell in inner-London for under £100,00.
The studio apartment in a 1930s block just of Brixton Hill is a bargain for the capital where even a parking space can go for three times as much.
The cramped abode - which is on the market for £95,000 - has a tiny kitchen and bathroom and a small living area.
The entire space is in dire need of refurbishment.
Despite this, Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward, the estate agents charged with selling the flat, have already had one blind offer and also has 10 viewings lined up on Saturday.
An agent told the Huffington Post: "It's so cheap it will sell itself.
"It needs complete modernisation but when it's done up it could fetch up to £200,000."
It also needs a lease extension which could addd a hefty £23,000 to the total.
It does have some other redeeming features. It's in a vibrant area and is only a five minute walk from Brixton Tube Station.
The average price for a one bed apartment in Brixton is £289,000.