After looking at this listing I'm sure you are asking yourself this question, "WHY?! Why is this 70-year-old 320-square-foot cottage on the market for $2 million? It doesn't quite compute."

According to Seacoastonline, the price is really about the .34 acre lot that the cottage stands on. Apparently, it is the last large lot available in Portsmouth’s Historic South End.

And if you are wondering if someone currently lives in there, they do!

The cottage used to be a candy store back in the day and is now referred to as "The Infamous Candy Store Cottage," according to the article.

What will most likely happen is someone will purchase the cottage but rebuild on that land. It is an opportunity to have a new home surrounded in a neighborhood of historic homes.

So if you've got the cash to shell out for this little spot, this could be the place for you.