If you've ever been forced to sit though those awful home improvement shows, you'll be more than familiar with wanky property tossers using all kinds of superlatives in a bid to make a rotting shed in Stoke-on-Trent sounds like a palace.
However, it would be incredibly difficult to argue that this swanky pad on the South coast of Victoria, Australia doesn't have 'the Wow factor'.
Fittingly named Cliff House, it's a five story vacation home, deigned by greek architects Laertis Antonios Ando Vassiliou and Pantelis Kampouropoulos, collectively known as OPA Works.
It looks like the ideal place for the kind of adventurer who enjoys the great outdoors, but from behind the comfort of a nice bit of double glazing.
While we're not sure how much it'll set you back a night, we can only imagine it's more suited to the kind of people used to sleeping on a bed of money, as opposed to roughing it beneath the stars.