One lucky property bidder has won a pub in Ireland for a mere €42,000 ($50,000).
The former Kilbride Inn in Roscommon was auctioned off online earlier this week by Allsop Online Auctions.
The Irish Post reports that the reserve price for the pub was set between €28,000 to €32,000. After a total of seven bids, it sold for €42,000.
According to the property listing, the former public house, located in the Four Mile House townsland, 10 kilometers north of Roscommon town, is situated on a site extending to approximately 1.82 hectares, or 4.5 acres.
The two floor property has a pub on the ground floor, with the upper floor designated as a residential area.
The description states: "The property is arranged over ground and one upper floor to provide a public house together with residential accommodation. Internally the property provides a ground floor bar and lounge together with a four bedroom dwelling overhead. The property benefits from a large car park to the side and additional lands to the rear."