THIS chalet has arrived on the market – but house hunters should prepare for the interior.
The two-bedroom terraced house, located in Blackpool, Co Cork, is for sale for £80,000.
The Repairer is located just a 20 minute walk from Cork City Center and a few minutes from Blackpool Shopping Centre.
The property comprises a combined kitchen and living room, a small utility room, two bedrooms and a shower room.
While its beige exterior doesn’t look bad, although some of the roof tiles look damaged, the interior tells a different story.
Shots inside the property show exposed beams in the roof, broken kitchen units.
The stairs are covered in old rugs and light fixtures hang from the ceiling.
The utility room has a disused washing machine in the middle of the room with cables and wires seen on the floor.
The floors in the shower rooms are covered in rubble with signs of dampness on the ceiling.
One of the bedrooms in the attic has high humidity and black mold with insulation coming from the walls.
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While the second bedroom shows signs of dampness on the ceiling, plaster ripped from the wall and rubble on the floor.
The rear garden, which is of a promising size, is full of oversized shrubs and needs a lot of maintenance.
It is described as an ‘ideal investment opportunity’ on Daft.ie but comes with a ‘complete refurbishment’ warning.
The online property notice reads: ‘Dan Howard & Co. Ltd Auctioneers are pleased to offer for sale this two bedroom terraced house, which is in need of complete refurbishment.
“The property is located a few minutes walk from Blackpool Shopping Center and 20 minutes walk from Cork city centre.
“The North Link road network is also nearby. Ideal investment opportunity with excellent rental potential.”
Meanwhile, Irish house hunters looking to move into the countryside will be delighted to find this charming cottage on the market for just €120,000.
The four-bedroom Mayo home comes with one bathroom and 0.74 acres of land.
The traditional cottage is located on the outskirts of Cross Village, Claremorris, Co Mayo and comes with an additional hidden outback.
The property has large outbuildings – which benefit from electricity – which are ready to be transformed by its new occupants.
The sale of the property also includes 0.45 acres of turbury bog land.
The white cottage is surrounded by green grass and has a stone path to its brown door and is surrounded by shaped shrubs.
The property, which is listed on daft.ie, warns that although the house needs ‘some work’ it has ‘great potential’ for potential buyers.
It comes as a hillside home in Co Louth comes on the market for just £78,000 – but be prepared for what lies inside.
42 Francis Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth has an incredible price and “excellent potential”.
However, house hunters have been warned that around £100,000 will have to be spent after purchase as it ‘needs total refurbishment’.
Sherry Property said the two-bed deck is currently in “hull condition” and would be a perfect project for builders.
It is located in the town center of Drogheda and all amenities are within walking distance.
Meanwhile, Irish house hunters will be delighted to discover this stunning home in the heart of Co Sligo.
The detached country house has hit the market for just €60,000 – and it comes with a secret space.
This three bedroom home sits on 0.33 acres and is the perfect property for a family, with generous amounts of space.
Although it needs a bit of work, the house offers beautiful countryside views, colorful kitchen tiling, hardwood floors and beautiful stained glass in the doors.
The property, located in Knockrower, Bunnanadden, Sligo, includes three garden sheds behind the house and an additional secret garden down a lane.
Inside the house are newly fitted kitchen units with white goods, double glazed PVC windows and doors and a bathroom with an electric shower over the bath.
Photos issued by the listing agent, Connaught Property and iamsold show floral wallpaper and beautiful woodwork around the house.
The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, an oven, numerous cupboards and numerous sockets above the worktops.