When it comes to selling a house, experts say that the smell of freshly-baked bread could help a vendor swing a swift sale.
And it that proves to be true, then this two bedroom terrace won't be on the market for long - it has a little bakery in the garden.
Situated in the heart of trendy Cotteridge, the house will only set you back £189,950 - a value that's likely to rise as the area becomes ever more popular.
Before the Loaf artisan bakery moved to its new cooking school base on the Pershore Road, it operated from this snug and rustic property on Dell Road, making focaccia, baguettes and loaves for the neighbours.
The wood-fired oven, perfect for pizzas too, is included in the sale price, nestled in the mature garden.
With a roll-top bath and open fire with tiled hearth, it's a warm and welcoming home for commuters, with Bournville and Kings Norton train stations less than a mile distant.
Marketed by Oulsnam , the property is unlikely to be around for long.
So move fast, and don't get a cob on if you miss out.