A city centre location, one double bedroom, balcony and your own front door – all for £65,000 to own or £650 a month to rent.
Meet ZEDpod, a new solution to the country's housing problem – and one that doesn't even need planning permission.
Why? Because they sit over the ground on specially constructed supports - meaning not only can you just place them on top of a space like a car park - but you can still use that space as a car park.
"They can be installed at any large surface car park, such as those owned by local authorities, supermarkets, universities, schools and hospitals, and as all these locations tend to have good transport links, they come with in-built work and leisure accessibility,” said Bill Dunster, principal of ZEDfactory who make the innovative houses.
What do you get for your money?
The £65,000 house that comes with almost no bills attached
Kitchen, dining table, living room and stairs up to the bedroom
The houses each have a balcony, micro kitchen with dining table, bathroom, sofa space and a mezzanine floor with a desk, double bed and wardrobe.
They also come with almost no bills – their roofs are covered in solar panels that charge a battery, they have insulation inside and out, heat recovery ventilation and large triple glazed windows.
Maintenance costs should be low too – with the outside of the building designed to last 20 years before needing work done on it.
Admittedly, they're not the biggest – at 22.4 square metres, excluding the balcony – but there are larger versions available with two bedrooms, a separate kitchen and far larger living area and bathroom for £110,000 to £115,000 (depending on the cladding).
The better news for people renting is that tenants get a lease purchase, which means after 25 years they get to keep the house.
Where can you get one?
Currently there's one you can go and see at the BRE Innovation Park car park in Watford, but the plan is to use outside car parking spaces in towns and cities across the country.
The bedroom isn't too shabby either
The houses don't need planning permission to put up, and are built off-site so can be put in place in a matter of days.
"We need to look far beyond the conventional if we are to tackle the UK's housing crisis and this concept is an outstanding example of what can be achieved by thinking creatively," said Miles Watkins, BRE business development director.
The company even has a funding partner that will build, maintain and lease pods back to local authorities and NHS trusts for use as key worker housing in exchange for long term leases for air rights above their car parks.