A unique British property has just hit the market and features a sculpture of a shark diving into its roof.
Aside from the six metre sculpture protruding from the terrace house’s roof, the property has three bedrooms, each with its own en suite, and is available for £2,400 ($4,600) per month, according to Mirror.
Homeowner Bill Heine commissioned the artwork 30 years ago but never got planning permission for the carbon fibe shark, resulting in a six-year battle with Oxford City Council.
The home, located in Headington, is one of the city’s most recognisable buildings as it features one of Oxford’s most well-known and appreciated pieces of art.
The listing notes that viewings are highly recommended, so that buyers can fully appreciate the novelty and value of the property.