For that price, you'll receive a very large stone structure that towers over your in-game avatar. It has multiple towers, leading to a tall peak in the center, and green and white banners hanging on its sides. If you're looking for an item to fill in a large whole on your property, or just something to impress your neighbors, this might be one to look into (if you're willing to splurge). You'll receive a whopping 4500 experience points for purchasing the building for your farm.
Meet us behind the break for a look at the rest of the new decorative items. There are four new decorative items available to purchase, and you'll be happy to know that only one of them is a premium item, and that the rest are available to purchase for coins. The one Farm Cash item is the Rainbow Waterfall, which is quite the lovely item, containing a stone waterfall (with animated water), trees, bushes, flowers, and even a sparkling rainbow jutting out of the water. The item is quite large, and will set you back 18 Farm Cash. You'll receive 1800 experience points for your purchase.
Meanwhile, the three coin items are the Rainbow Pinwheel, the Leprechaun Planter, and the Rainbow Bird Bath. The Rainbow Bird Bath is the most expensive of the three items, costing 250,000 coins. However, if you liked the Rainbow Fountain released previously but didn't want to spend the 18 Farm Cash to purchase it, you can now purchase a very similar item for coins, so I guess we can't really complain. Finally, the Leprechaun Planter costs 10,000 coins, and the Rainbow Pinwheel costs just 1,000.
All of these items, including the new Irish Castle building will be available for the next two weeks. It might be smart to do all of your shopping for these items sooner, rather than later, however. In addition to the fact that the St. Patrick's Day holiday is now upon us, it seems as though the game is now just days from receiving the English Countryside expansion, so I'm sure you'll want to have as much taken care of on your home farm as possible before diving into the update. I know I will.
Check out the rest of our St. Patrick's Day coverage right here.
Do you like the Rainbow Bird Bath more than the Rainbow Fountain, or will you purchase both items for your land? Let us know what you think of these new items in the comments.