Peter Riches, a retired builder from Hove, Sussex, has spent the last 15 years building this miniature mansion. Oftentimes staying up until 3 am working on it, Peter made the home's shell out of plaster into which he hand-etched 32,000 bricks. If that wasn't impressive enough, he also cut the 5,000 tiles he used for roofing material.
A Canadian fan saw Peter's creation online and placed an offer, which the builder accepted. The home's sale will pay for a dream vacation and make room for Peter's next project: A Sussex Yeoman's long-house, circa 1550.
To see more pictures of Peter's labor of love, visit the Daily Mail Online. Images courtesy of Rosie Hallam/Bancroft Media. (Note: All the books in the library are individually bound. Nice.)