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READING, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 01: A general view inside the former Reading prison building on September 1, 2016 in Reading, England. The former Reading Prison has opened to the public for the first time, inviting artists and writers in to take part in a new project by Artangel, with works by leading artists including Marlene Dumas, Robert Gober, Nan Goldin, Steve McQueen, and Ai Weiwei. The exhibition opens to the public from September 4, 2016. Included in the exhibit is former inmate Oscar Wildes original wooden cell door, which is on display in the prison chapel. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

If you know anyone in the market for a home that can also be used as a jail, we have a place they might be interested in.

A two-bedroom, two-bath home in Fayette, Missouri has gone up for sale. According to the listing, the home is “2465 sq ft with three levels of living area, 2 bedrooms. 1.5 bath, high-end finish throughout, appears to have been totally rewired, replumbed and new HVAC zoned system installed.” It also has a fully functional jail in its basement.

The beautiful historic Victorian home is listed at $350,000 and it’s unclear what law enforcement agency might have been used this home but it features a full booking room, nine cells, and steel bunk beds. But as the listing says, “The possibilities are amazing with this property.”