Buyers, get ready for this jelly.
The ramshackle Brunswick cottage made famous in a saucy music video by mega star Beyoncé is going to auction.
At 20 Beith Street, the little single-fronted weatherboard, with peeling paint and a beaten tin roof, rocketed to fame when glamorous Beyonce cavorted on the porch in her ‘No Angel’ clip in 2013.
This irreplaceable slice of music history is on the market for $470,000 to $510,000.
At that price, even single ladies could afford it, but unfortunately, it’s not flawless.
Biggin & Scott agent Luke Sacco said the humble two bedroom property, which will be auctioned on February 27, was “pretty rough” and required a complete renovation.
He said the vendors didn’t promote its glitterati connections when enlisting him to sell. The home’s place in pop culture came to light when he searched its history.
Elderly owner Jeanette Meadows was confused when a member of Beyonce’s entourage knocked on the door in October, 2013.
She told media at the time she thought the man wanted to take a photo of his “fiance” in front her property.
The global mega star, wearing a leotard and fur coat, paid Ms Meadows just $300 for the shoot.
Beyonce’s fans flooded social media with candid, behind-the-scenes shots of the shoot, and flocked to the street to have their picture taken in front of rundown house.
The first open for inspection is Saturday afternoon.
This article first appeared on Domain.com.au