A Welsh reservoir which became a massive hit with visitors after being featured on TikTok during the lockdown is now available for £75,000.
The picturesque Brombil Reservoir in Margam, Port Talbot, received an influx of tourists after being promoted as a "UK hidden gem" on social media in 2021.
This caused traffic jams and littering, which led the council to tell people to stay away and fine those who didn't listen.
Leanne Jones, Neath Port Talbot Council’s deputy leader, said at the time: “The council does not promote Brombil Reservoir as a visitor attraction.
"It is privately owned and the issues have arisen due to people wishing to take photographs there to post on social media."
But the 200-year-old reservoir can now be owned by anyone with a spare £75,000 after it went up for sale on Rightmove.
The reservoir, built in the 1800s, is described on the listing as having “beautiful Victorian architecture”.
It’s just over an acre in size and can only be accessed using a 900m-long public footpath.
Robin James, of Watts & Morgan estate agents, told the BBC: “It's a one-off, to be honest, it's not something that's ever come up in the 24 years that I've been here.”
Due to its clear water and woodland, James suggested the reservoir could tempt someone interested in fishing, watersports and nature.
The reservoir is available for substantially lower than the nearby average home price of £220,000.
James added: "It could also be nature reserve for somebody, if they want to keep the land for wildlife and birds.
“Somebody might want it just to say they own it at a Saturday night dinner party you know? It is a reservoir.”