A very quirky property has just hit the market in a Wellington suburb.
The property is a 1950s air traffic control tower nicknamed Arnold, and is up for grabs in Rongotai, near Wellington Airport.
The property has an asking price of $895,000.
Real estate agent Billy Bell thinks interest will be high.
“It’s special and unique and people like unique things, so I think it's going to be crazy,” he told 1 NEWS.
Airways' head of service delivery for towers, Sophia Healey, agrees the property has a lot to offer.
"Looking out there into Evan's Bay when we've got a southerly can be quite interesting in terms of the approach,” she said of Arnold’s panoramic views.
However, there is a word of warning for any potential buyers, with asbestos in the walls that will need to be removed.
It's also located in the airports noise zone - meaning a buyer would need to get resource consent from the airport and the council before turning it into housing.
Take a tour of Arnold in the video report above.