At first glimpse, there's nothing unusual about the four-bedroom property that's going up for auction on Sydney's Northern Beaches next month.
But the humble home, located in the leafy suburb of Narrabeen, is said to house the secrets of one of the world's most iconic pop bands.
ABBA are believed to have bunked down at the address during two tours back in the 1970s, when it was owned by media mogul Reg Grundy.
The winner takes it all! The Sydney home said to have been ABBA's secret sanctuary in the 1970s is going up for auction
Perfect views and pop music history! ABBA are believed to have bunked down at the address during two tours back in the 1970s, when it was owned by media mogul Reg Grundy
Grundy brought the Swedish pop quartet to Australia on two occasions - first in 1976 and again in 1977, the same year their smash Take A Chance On Me was released.
While current owner John Seargent says he's found no evidence of ABBA's alleged stays, it's an intrinsic part of local folklore.
Seargent told The Telegraph that a tradesman who once visited the home 'wanted to keep the (bathroom) floor tiles so he could sell them on eBay as celebrity memorabilia'.
Down Under: Previous owner Reg Grundy brought ABBA