Have you ever fancied living in a charming Irish cottage, away from the hustle and bustle of city life?
If you so may be interested in a new listing in Mortyclogh, New Quay, Co Clare, which has gone on the market for a bargain basement asking price of €65,000.
The small two-room home has been empty for 50 years and needs a bit of work doing but could be a perfect getaway for one lucky buyer.
The cottage is situated in the middle of the famous Wild Atlantic Way and is a 50-minute drive from the beautiful city of Galway (or a two-hour cycle ride if you are a fitness fanatic).
It is also just a half hour drive to one of Ireland’s most fascinating national parks – The Burren.
Not only is the Burren full of ancient monuments, but it also boasts extraordinary wildlife.
The closest village is New Quay, which is around 1.5km away. New Quay is home to the scenic Flaggy Shore walk and also boasts several seafood restaurants and shops.
The lively village of Kinvara is 10km away and is a great place to visit for an enjoyable night out as it is full of restaurants and bars that put on regular live music.
There are a number of beaches in close proximity to the cottage.
While the cottage may be small, it sits on 0.27 acres of land, which means there is room for expansion.
It is listed by myhome.ie who say the property is: “Ideal for development subject to obtaining planning permission.”
For more information visit myhome.ie.