Home is where the mud is!
But before first-time buyers rush out to make an offer, there is a snag.
When it rains, the house will turn into a mass of mud.
For the des-res is made of soil - meaning it is the only house in existence in Birmingham with a zero-carbon footprint.
The Mud House is outside the Albert Street car park, in Digbeth, and is part of the Festival of Xtreme Building.
It is made of locally-gathered soil which was compressed into bricks.
The roof tiles are made from recycled rubber tyres and a grass roof completes the edifice.
Festival curator Dave Pollard said: "Our pounds 300 house raises questions about how we can turn waste into energy."
The festival aims to promote the pounds 6 billion regeneration of Eastside and has created a temporary "parallel city" of unusual buildings.
DAVE POLLARD... the answer lies in the soil. Picture: Neil Pugh Photosales No.: NP270907Mud-1