At 16 square metres with a selling price of $270k, a Bondi Beach pad could be Australia's most expensive 'bedroom'.
Agent Kiel Glass told a news site the apartment was perfect for a single person or investor "wishing to enter a sought-after beachside location."
"I'm very confident it's going to sell," he said.
However, a local broker dampened spirits by claiming banks would be reluctant to fund such a small space.
"The general rule of thumb is anything under 50 square metres internally (not including the balcony, car spot of outdoor living areas) is hard to get finance for," Mortgage Choice
Surry Hills broker Mark Sourintha told News.com.au
"Some of the bigger banks have a credit risk appetite so they might take on smaller properties, but 16 square metres? That's ridiculously small - it's like the size of a balcony," he said.