- 3-bed detached stone house
- Situated in a village with bar and shop
- Renovated and with plenty of character
- Lovely countryside views
- Large living space with wood-burners at each end
- Manageable garden with deck and plenty of parking
- 25mins to the beach
- 40mins to Roscoff ferry port
- Ideal as a main residence or holiday home
This beautiful detached stone house was cleverly refurbished in 2003 and has retained all its’ character. Situated in a village with shop and bar and just 25mins from the beach, and with easy to manage garden with plenty of parking, its the ideal permanent residence or holiday home.
On the first floor, the open-plan living space has beautiful wooden beams covering the length and two impressive granite fireplaces, one at each end of the room, both fitted with wood-burners. Two large glazed doors from the living space open to the garden. The kitchen is modern and has a breakfast bar. There is plenty of space for a large dining table and the stairs to the first floor are a particular feature. There is also a WC on the ground floor.
There are three bedrooms on the first floor, each a good-sized, characterful room. One of the bedrooms opens onto a decked terrace with external stairs down to the garden. The perfect spot for your morning coffee and the second bedroom has stairs up to a mezzanine/snug area, perhaps more suited to morning coffee in the winter months. There is a family bathroom and a separate WC.
Outside, the garden is low maintenance with a large gravel driveway with plenty of parking for at least 4 cars. There are lawns at the front and down the sides of the property, fruit trees, and the raised decked area.
Here are the room dimensions:
Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Room 13.39m x 5.08m (68 m2)
WC 1.09m x 1.28m (1.39 m2)
Landing 4.19m x 1.66m (max) (6.955m2)
Bedroom 1 4.8m x 4.23m (20.3 m2)
Bedroom 2 2.05m x 4.18m (8.57 m2)
Bedroom 3 2.3m x 3.8m (8.74 m2)
Mezzanine 3.85m x 3m (11.75 m2)
Bathroom 1.8m x 5.1m (9.18 m2)
The property is situated in a village with a bar and shop. The nearby market town of Guerlesquin is where you would head for a wider range of shops, restaurants and services. Guerlesquin is known as the ‘little city of character’ and is one of the most attractive towns in the area. Monday is market day, but there is a vibrant community here, and there are many cultural and community events throughout the year. If you like getting outdoors the Monts d’Arrée national park spreads out around the town where plenty of outdoor activities are on offer. And of course, the coast is just 25mins away if you fancy a day at the beach.
Bathrooms: 1 (with two separate WC’s)
Habitable space: 103m2
Plot size: 638m2 (0.16acres)
Distance to shops: walking
Distance to coast: 25mins
Distance to ferry port: 40mins
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.