The Lonely Red House is a well-known and picturesque landmark located in the Faroe Islands, an archipelago located between Scotland and Iceland in the North Atlantic Ocean. The house is situated on the island of Kunoy and is perched on a hill overlooking the ocean, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the Faroe Islands.

The Lonely Red House is so named because it is the only house in the area and is painted bright red, making it a striking contrast against the green grass and rocky cliffs. This house and its land is private property and it is not available for visit.

The origins of the Lonely Red House are somewhat mysterious, and there are several legends and stories surrounding its history. Some say that it was built by a lonely fisherman who wanted to live alone on the island, while others believe it was once used as a lighthouse or a shelter for sailors.

Regardless of its origins, the Lonely Red House has become a beloved symbol of the Faroe Islands, and its image can be found on postcards and in travel guides.