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This tiny terraced house which only just fits a double bed has been put on the market for £72,500 ($95,900).
The 'quaint' and 'compact' cottage would be perfect for first time buyers trying to get on the property ladder or even those wanting to purchase a second home close to the sea and on a budget.
The one-bedroom coastal home does have plenty of character and is actually spaced out (if you can go that far) over three floors.
It comprises of a corridor which turns into a living room (with the added benefit of a dining table in the corner) and a kitchen. Then the surprisingly-sized bathroom and bedroom take up the first floor of the property with an attic room on the second floor that looks like it's currently being used for wardrobe space. Oh, and there's a small front yard.
The home is located on the Llyn Peninsula, in Gwyned, and is a few minutes walk away from the sandy beach at Nefyn, which is popular with residents and holidaymakers.
You could literally wake up, get your bucket and spade and off you go. It gets more appealing by the sentence.
Never mind the beach though, this might be up your street if you happen to be a keen golfer because the championship golf course at Morfa Nefyn is only about two miles away.
Pwllheli, the market town for the area is about seven miles away and boasts excellent amenities including leisure centre, golf course and award-winning marina.
According to Wales Online, there would only be a short drive and you'd be at more beautiful beaches and cute coves, including the National Trust owned Llanbedrog Beach, surfers' paradise Porth Neigwl Beach and the unique Whistling Sands, also known as Porth Oer Beach.
If you're interested in the property, you can contact the estate agency here. Alternatively, if you're looking to get on the property market but don't have a budget that will stretch far enough, it might be worth getting a few tickets to a quid raffle.
Richard and India Taylor are offering the chance for one lucky winner to pick up their £170,000 County Durham property and their BMW X3 for just a pound. Not bad, eh?
The couple were originally trying to flog their house the traditional way, but say the pandemic made it impossible, so they decided to try and raffle it off and move to Australia.
If you fancy giving it a go, or finding out more about the property and car, you can do so here.