The OP is after a 147?
She is a fine looking 147, the SuperSport 17's are great alloys, and im not just saying that as Ive got em! Haha! FYI, I recently put a pair of Goodyear Eagle F1's on for about £125 each, you really can spend as little or as much as you want on tyres!
Low mileage does not always equal a great car, its a 2003 car thats done 44k, so roughly 6,200 miles a year. So it may have just been doing trips in/out of town. Is that sort of driving good for engine wear/maintenance? Or a car that has done say 10k a year, which could mean the engine has run more often at the right temps etc.....
Ultimatly the choice is up to you, as many have said previously, go and see it, get the low down on its upkeep, drive it, press all the buttons, and speak to the owner and get an idea on how they have looked after the car.
Then, if you buy it, we all expect to see lots of pictures!