You might if you lived in one of these two British homes – they were once public conveniences.
It was sold at auction last July for more than eight times its guide price of approximately $19,000.
And just to show what can be achieved, take a look at the blog images from architect Laura Jane Clark of Lamp Architects. Clark converted the original Crystal Palace underground public conveniences in London into a one-bedroom private home.
Rose Cottage is the latest project assured to smell sweet, if the new name is anything to go by. The 1930s building that was once a public toilet on Oxford Rd, West Reading, is being converted into a private residence that will be up for rent once completed.