- Well-presented 3-bed stone house
- One hour from Roscoff ferry
- Recently re-roofed
- Magnificent outbuilding
- 3 double bedrooms
- Enormous converted attic space with lots of potential
- Lawned gardens
- Approx 0.5 acre grounds
- 3km from shops
- Popular holiday area
Built in 1948, in traditional Breton style, this stone house has a huge adjoining outbuilding which, subject to planning, could be converted into letting accommodation. It is situated in central Brittany, 3 kms from the local village and an hour from the beaches of both the north and south coasts.
Brittany has long been popular with British buyers, who know that it has its own language, and a long history of traditions and folklore. It is served by two ferry ports, Roscoff and St Malo. Roscoff is about an hour’s drive from the property, St Malo, two hours. Sticking out into the Atlantic, it is somewhat cut off from the rest of France, which is why so much of its history has remained in tact. It has mile upon mile of coastline, from quiet coves and the pink granite rocks in the north to the more popular and sunny beaches of the south.
The property is nicely presented, with a pretty country style kitchen/breakfast room, sitting/dining room with wood-burning stove, 3 bedrooms and shower room. One of main features of the house, is the significant outbuilding built alongside. This could be left as is and used for storage, or the new owner might wish to convert the space into holiday letting accommodation. This would require planning consent. Since the location is quiet, at the end of a lane with only one small cottage nearby, it provides the perfect spot for relaxation, walking and cycling.
There is a rather fascinating tourist attraction nearby, called the Vallee des Saintes. Built on an historic site, it comprises 50 granite statues, each 3-4 metres high. They represent the monks who brought Christianity to Brittany. Year on year new ones are added.
A prospective purchaser will need to know that the house is 3kms from the village of Carnoet (post office, shop, bar and a couple of restaurants) and 12 minutes by car from Carhaix Plouger (more of a town, with a railway station).
Entrance Hall 5.55m x 1.62m (18’2” x5’3”)
Staircase to first floor
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 3.16m x 5.75m (10’3” x 18’8”), double aspect, gas hob, electric oven
Sitting/Dining Room 3.65m x 5.85m (12’ x 19’), double aspect, woodburner, fireplace, part exposed stone wall
Landing 1.85m x 2m (6’ x 6’6”)
Bedroom 1 3.25m x 6m (19’6” x 19’6”), double aspect
Bedroom 2 3.3m x 3m (10’8” x 9’8”), window to the front
Bedroom 3 3.3m x 2.86m (10’8” x 9’3”), window to the rear
Shower Room 2.15m x 1.97m (7’ x 6’5”), shower cubicle, washbasin and WC
Loft 8.8m x 6m (28’8’ x 20’), with a wooden floor, 4 velux windows and recently insulated
Outbuilding This is divided into a number of sections, all with concrete floors. The boiler, oil tank, water tank and electrics are all housed in the boiler room which measures 2.85m x 3m (9’3” x 9’8”).
There is a summer kitchen of 3m x 3.25m (9’8” x10’6”) in the same building, which has a sink, cooker and doors to the garden.
The remainder of this large building is in 3 parts. The first measures 7.6m x 6m (25’ x 20’). This section has windows to the front and a staircase to the first floor. The second is 9.44m x 6m (30’ x 20’) and the third 4m x 6m (13’ x 20’). Parts 2 and 3 have windows to the front.
Above all of this is the loft space 23.5m x 6.7m (77’ x 22’). This has already been boarded and benefits from 8 Velux windows.
1 Reception Room
Habitable space :91m2
Plot size: 2307m2 (just over ½ acre)
Heating: Oil/ wood
Distance to shops: 3kms
Distance to ferry port: One hour
Septic tank drainage (price takes account of necessary work to bring up to latest standards)
Double lock–up garage
Re-roofed just 4 years ago
Location shown on property portals is approximate.
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