Inis Saimer, a private island in Ireland, is on the market for $502,008.
The private island comes with a three-bedroom home that was built in the 1800s.
Inis Saimer also comes with a floating jetty and is mere minutes away from shops and restaurants.
This entire private island in Ireland could be yours for just over $500,000.
Inis Saimer, a private island in County Donegal, is currently on the market.
The property is listed on Private Islands Inc. for $502,008.
Inis Saimer Island comes with a house that was built in the mid-1800s.
The listing states that the "very spacious" home features three bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, plus separate dining and sitting areas. It was originally built by a fishing company.
The bedrooms are airy, with plenty of natural light.
Light wooden floors are used throughout the home.
The three bedrooms are all around the same size.
Each room can fit two double beds, if need be.
The house also has an open-plan living space.
You'll have plenty of room for furniture, decorations, and entertaining.
And the views from the windows are stunning.
You'll be able to see the waves of Donegal Bay from your couch.
The kitchen is also bright and charming.
You'll get plenty of natural light thanks to the big windows and French door.
The kitchen opens right to a deck on the water.
The deck overlooks the Erne River, the Mall Quay, and the nearby town of Ballyshannon, according to the listing.
There's also a working fireplace for chilly winter nights.
The listing states that the house on Inis Saimer is connected to the national electricity grid and will be connected to fiber optic broadband.
Some notable people have lived on Inis Saimer, according to the listing.
The listing states that Cistercian monks used the island as their place of residence in the 1100s and 1200s.
And Inis Saimer comes with plenty of history.
According to the listing, legend has it that a Scythian chief named Parthalon settled on Inis Saimer with his followers around 2700 BC and they were among the first people to set foot in Ireland.
Irish chieftains later used the island as a protected stronghold and a number of historical battles spilled over onto the island, the listing adds.
The island comes with its own private floating jetty.
Since access to Inis Saimer is entirely in sheltered waters, you can easily come and go at all stages of the tide, according to the listing.
The town of Ballyshannon is just a few minutes away.
You'll have easy access to Ballyshannon's shops and restaurants.
You can also go fishing, or visit the resident swans.
Inis Saimer was historically known for its salmon and eels. Now the island's shores provide prime sea trout, according to the listing.
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