If you've always wanted to own the famous Big Potato, here's your chance.
Owners Heather and Neil Tait, who own the supermarket next door, have put the land housing the potato up for sale.
The big spud, located at 80 Hoddle Street, Robertson has a price guide of $920,000.
The Taits bought the 2000sqm site in 2014 for $450,000, with the aim of using the property to expand their supermarket.
The selling agent is Steve Myers of Myers Realty.
"The owners have now decided to sell everything and retire," he said.
"They've been with the supermarket nearly 30 years now.
"They're selling everything, and there's a few options.
"You could buy them individually... You could buy the Big Potato and the site that sits on, you can buy the supermarket, and obviously the site, the freehold there, or you could buy the business."
Mr Tait said it was a level block of land, and he hoped the buyers "carry it on as it is, with the Big Potato".
Mr Tait said they sold plenty of Big Potato-themed souvenirs, so it "has the potential to earn a quid".
"Maybe they could put a coffee shop inside it, or sell potatoes with sour cream out of it," he said.
Mr Myers said buyers would be able to remove the Big Potato if they wished.
He said they'd received plenty of interest in the site during recent weeks.
"It has terrific potential for development, it's such a great block of land.
"However, what frightens a few people off is the community reaction to (potentially) destroying the potato, and the backlash that would cause.
"It's not DA approved... There's no council approval, so therefore it can be removed without having to go to council to get permission to pull it down.
"A few people who have expressed interest in it have suggested they would move it to a public site, such as a public park, if the council and the community (felt) so strongly about it."
The landmark was previously listed for sale in 2017.
Modelled on the Sebago potato, the Big Potato was built in the mid-1970s by potato grower Jim Mauger.
Flanked by trees and picnic benches, it's 10 metres tall and four metres wide.