One of Melbourne's most controversial homes has gone back on the rental market after being listed for sale just five months ago.
The ultra-modern St Kilda West known as the "Pamela House" has been listed for rent for $1500 a week, Property Observer reports.
SLIDESHOW: St Kilda's controversial 'Pamela House'
Built for AFL personality Sam Newman over a decade ago, the three-storey Cantebury Road home features a huge blue-tinted mural with Pamela Anderson's image facing the busy street.
The highly visible mural has divided locals since it was erected and even garnered international attention at the time when it was first unveiled.
But more recently, the home has failed to woo interest among buyers.
The 'Pammy' pad last sold in 2007 for $1.5 million and was listed again for sale in November 2011 with an asking price of $1.62 million.
But the home appears to have failed to sell and is now ready to rent.
The modern Cassandra Fahey-designed house boasts a lap pool, private courtyard and two-car garage.
Newman, a former Geelong footballer, built the house but never lived in it before selling it for $1.1 million in 2002.