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Calling all Marilyn Monroe fans!

There is an amazing pad for sale in Clondalkin, and it's interiors are absolutely bonkers, in the best possible way.

Every available surface is painted a different, bright hue, and Marilyn Monroe's iconic smile gleams down from every wall. 

From the colourful, leopard print sofas to the polka dot toilet, the princess pad screams fun. 

And as for the princess's boudoir? It's decked out in pink ruffles, walls and carpets.

Any Marilyn bed covers, of course. 

Even the hallway is emblazoned with the classic Hollywood star's face, and rainbow chandeliers hang from every light fixture. 

The living room is the epitome of a Barbie dream house, with pink and purple fabric covering every surface, and ornate cushions and decorations in every free space. 

The kitchen seems a little more muted, with modern, white fittings.

That is, until you notice the sun bed in the middle of it.

According to auctioneer Ray Cooke's site, the three bedroom end of terrace property is located in the quaint cul de sac of Harelawn Drive, Dublin 22, within arm's reach of Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and the M50 Motorway.

"No. 44 is immaculately presented and boasts quirky decor throughout," reads the ad.

You can say that again!

In the market for a new house? How about this one, in Portmarnock Co. Dublin.

Here's the outside, nothing to see here:

And the back garden looks fairly standard too – but is that a shed we spy?

Oh… not a shed, then.

As you can see, the three-bed family house – currently up for sale and advertised on MyHome.ie – comes equipped with a fully-furnished Irish-style pub in the back garden.

Slate floors, polished wooden bar – you'd be hard pressed to find better décor down in your local. It's not specified whether the furniture comes with the house, but as long as we can pull a pint or two we'd be happy.

The only catch? There's an asking price of €535,000… just over half a million euro.

Sounds like we may have to build our own back-garden pub instead.