Most cottages in rural Ireland have a little out house attached to the side. These are used for a multitude of things. Buckets, spades, hammers, step ladders, tins of paint and all the things needed to maintain a little home in the country. Many were also used for storing coal, peat and blocks for the open fires.
This is part of a derelict house on Inch Island. It would need a little repair but it has wonderful views round the country lanes and the lakes. However, these little houses are virtually impossible to buy because you need to have connections to the island.
Otherwise I would buy it and you could all come and visit. We could have a most fabulous time exploring or just doing nothing.
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