If you have just under $3 million burning a hole in your pocket—and who doesn’t?⁠—you can either buy 172,566 copies of Philip Roth’s masturbation-themed novel Portnoy’s Complaint, or one (1) house where the legendary author wrote some of his best-known works.

Roth’s Connecticut estate, which features a three-bedroom house situated on 150 acres, is up for sale, the Wall Street Journal reports. And it can be yours for just $2.925 million.

In a listing for the property, Klamm Real Estate describes it as a “one-of-a-kind country estate steeped in history” that is “set on 147 secluded acres of rolling meadows with mowed paths, orchards, woods, a pond, majestic mature trees and antique stone walls.

“The three-bedroom main residence has three fireplaces, original wide-plank hardwood floors and a magnificent great room with vaulted ceiling, antique post and beam and fieldstone floor,” the listing reads. “On the grounds are an in-ground swimming pool, a vintage barn and Roth’s writing cottage, which contains an additional wood-burning fireplace and fieldstone floors as well as a vaulted ceiling, kitchenette and full bath.”

The house, located in the Connecticut town of Warren, was built in 1790. Roth wrote at least three of his most acclaimed novels there: American Pastoral, The Human Stain, and Zuckerman Unbound.

The estate is the third of Roth’s properties to be up for sale this year. His New York apartment and studio sold recently for $3.6 million, while a unit below that he also owned went for the paltry sum of $1.55 million.

Michael Schaub is an Austin, Texas-based journalist and regular contributor to NPR.