A THREE-bedroom bungalow in Co. Clare is on the market for €10,000.
Dubbed the cheapest house in Ireland, the house is a short distance from Donald Trump’s golf course in Doonbeg.
It’s set to be sold at auction on April 28 by Allsop Auctioneers at a reserve price well under the county’s €149,999 average.
The detached property at Brisla East in Cooraclare is 1,087 sq ft and is located four km north-west of Cooraclare village.
It appears to be in good condition, also offering potential buyers a sizeable garden.
Local resident Elaine Tubridy said: “Of course I’m shocked at the price – €10,000 is nothing to pay for a house.
“No matter what state the house might be in, it’s an incredible bargain. West Clare is a beautiful part of the county – this house is a stone’s throw from the Wild Atlantic Way and I’d shocked if it is not snapped up immediately.
“It is so close to all the beautiful parts of Clare, like the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher, it is an incredible bargain.”