- Fully renovated stone cottage
- 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
- 4 acres of land
- Woodland & Stream
- 4 outbuildings (2 with planning permission)
- Within easy reach of Blavet lake
- 20mins from Rostrenen market town
- 1hr 15mins from ferry port
This stunning 3 bedroom cottage has been fully renovated and is set within grounds of over 4 acres, including a woodland and stream. There are also 4 detached outbuildings, two of which have planning permission for conversion into gites. The popular market town of Rostrenen is within easy reach.
As you enter the cottage you have a large open plan living area which consists of a kitchen/dining area and a living room. The owners have installed two wood burners. There is a large patio door that leads you onto a covered porch area which is 37.4m2.
The stairs take you to the first floor, where you’ll find 3 bright airy bedrooms. One of the bedrooms has an en suite bathroom. There is also a family bathroom on this floor.
There are four detached outbuildings and two of these have planning permission to convert into further living accommodation.
The plot is just over 4 acres and consists of a large courtyard, growing area (polytunnel and raised beds), pond and mature lawned garden. There are also two fields, woodland and a stream.
The cottage is situated 5mins from the village of Peumerit-Quintin, in the heart of Celtic Brittany. The countryside is dramatic, wild and dotted with lakes, rivers and forests. The popular market town of Rostrenen is within easy reach as is the Blavet Lake, a popular place to while away the long summer days.
Plot size: 16209m2
Taxe fonciere: 404 Euros
Distance to shops: 5mins
Distance to ferry port: 1h15mins (Roscoff)
Heating: Electric radiators and wood-burners
Hot water: New electric immersion heater
Drainage: Septic tank (conforms to new regs)
Please note: All locations and sizes are approximate. La Résidence has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However, this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are either given or implied.