If you purchase Banksy's "Spy Booth" mural for $300,000, you get a three-bedroom Victorian home in Cheltenham, England for free! The house, in dire need of renovation, features the Banksy artwork on an outside wall. It's now fenced in as the mural was defaced in 2014 and then restored.
From the New York Post:
The mural was painted in the wake of — and apparently in support of — Edward Snowden's leak of National Security Agency documents, which revealed startling information about global surveillance.
But why is "Spy Booth" located in this English town, and not, say, in Washington, DC? Because Cheltenham is home to the UK Government Communications Headquarters, Britain's intelligence and security agency, which actually uses this artwork on its website.
Property listing: Fairview Road, Fairview, Cheltenham, GL52