Check this out... http://msnbc.msn.com/id/9398215/ 10-foot-wide shed sells for $269,100 in Dublin Startling price for tiny structure highlights Ireland's real estate boom free video Updated: 9:12 a.m. ET Sept. 19, 2005 DUBLIN, Ireland - A former tool shed built to fill a gap in the middle of a row of Victorian houses in what was once Dublins poorest district has found a buyer at a startling price of $269,100 (220,000 euros). At 10 feet wide and with a floor space of 280 square feet the building was last sold for 500 Irish pounds ($777) in the 1970s. The red-brick house has no garden and no ground floor windows. The realtor selling the property said on Monday a sale had been agreed but declined to comment further. The price tag raised eyebrows even in Ireland where the cost of homes has tripled between 1997 and 2004.