I went for a run down to the sea the other day, took a different route to usual. Ran past this delapidated chalet and couldn't stop thinking about it. Later that evening, I was reading Nelly a chapter from Pippi in the South Seas. When I got to this passage describing Villekulla Cottage I couldn't help but think it was a sign.
"Behind the gate he saw an overgrown garden and old trees covered with moss, uncut lawns, and masses of flowers growing exactly as they liked. At the far end of the garden there was a house - but, oh dear, what a house! It looked ready to fall down at any minute."
There was no sign of Pippi at the chalet, although it turns out it is the former residence of Agatha Christie's butler.
Sadly, I don't have the quarter of a million pounds, time and energy needed to buy it and restore it. I expect a builder will buy it and pull it down and put something perfectly ordinary there.