A DELIGHTFUL-LOOKING pink cottage has come on the market and could be yours for as little as €65,000!
It might not be The Ritz, but the charming two-room house could be someone's little Irish getaway.
Sitting on the edge of Ballyvelaghan Lough, Co. Clare, right in the thick of Ireland's famous Wild Atlantic Way, the property boasts aesthetic advantage scarcely seen anywhere else, whether you're looking out the window or simply looking at the cottage itself.
The candy-pink exterior acts as an exquisite way to brighten-up what could be an otherwise forgotten-about little gem.
There's a real sense of history to the place too.
While it's been touched up and given something of an exterior facelift, the house hasn't been lived in for around 50 years, - which means it'll need a bit of work done on the inside, but that way whoever snaps it up can truly make it their own.
Another benefit is that it sits on 0.25ac of land, so there's space to expand if you wish to.
The house is about 1.5km from the village of New Quay, which has a number of seafood cafes and small shops. Its famous Flaggy Shore walk, and the popular Linnanes Lobster Bar and Russell gallery and cafe, are worth a visit too.
It's about an hour's drive from Shannon Airport - perfect if you're travelling from out of the country - and about an hour from Galway city (if you'd like a change from the cosy countryside).
There're a number of beaches to venture to nearby as well. One just a stone's throw from the cottage, and another with a number of high dunes towards Ballyvaughan.
Kinvara, a lovely coastal village, is just 10km from the property and has supermarket, bars, restaurants and a lively music scene for you to enjoy.
But if you're interested, hurry. Almost as soon as it was posted earlier in the month, the property has been trending on MyHome.
For information, check out the listing here.