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Waterside cottage for sale. It's small but so is the price. Yours for £15,000?

This could all be yours for as little at £10,000. Credit:

It's possibly the oldest and the smallest house currently up for sale in Wales and it could turn out to be the cheapest.

If you fancy getting onto the property ladder or you want a bolthole beside the waters of the Menai Strait on Anglesey this could cost as little as £10,000 to £15,000.

The cottage only has one room and no water supply. Credit:

It's a Grade II listed cottage and it's history goes back as far as 1687 when it was used as a ferryman's home on the Anglesey shore.

It's believed to be the oldest building in the town of Menai Bridge. It's a single storey cottage set between two houses on the west side of Beach Road.

Views of the water and the Menai Bridge outside the front door. Credit:

The cottage is up for auction on 5th October 2017 in Bangor and the guide price is between £10,000 and £15,000.

just 50m from the banks of the Strait and boasts stunning views of the waterfront.

The auction house details says the cottage is "well placed for the many coastal and rural attractions to be found on the island, boasts a range of amenities, including a primary and secondary school, a Waitrose supermarket, as well as several specialist shops and businesses and a range of restaurants and public houses."

The property also has a 17th century hearth. Credit:

However, while the structure of the building is described as "sound" the cottage consists of only one room and will need fully renovating.

The front doorway is undersized so you'll have to mind your head as you enter and there is only one window to the front of the property.

The cottage has an original grouted slate roof. Credit:

The good news is that it is already hooked up to an electricity supply, however the new owners will have to connect the house up to the water and gas mains.

The cottage is cheaper than the price of a small car. Credit:

Details of the last occupants remain a mystery - including how long it has remained uninhabited.

The walls are made from rubble masonry. Credit:

The auction will take place at Bangor City Football Club, and those interested in viewing the property should call call Auction House North Wales on 01248 711991.