This 19th century house in stone is full of character with its ceiling beams and large, original stone fireplace. It is tucked away down a country lane close to the sleepy village of Tréduder, only 2km from the north Brittany coast and just a short drive from the renowned Pink Granite Coast and the sought-after resorts and of Perros-Guirec (with its Seven Isles Nature Reserve), Ploumanac’h and Trégastel. Please note that the price of this house has been pitched below the perceived normal market level to take account of repair / replacement of the roof and its beams and installation of roof insulation which will be necessary at some stage (the median price per square metre for Tréduder is quoted at €1,868 as at September 7th 2017 by www.ouestfrance-immo.com).
Floor space: 120m², plot size: 7,088m².
Ground floor: lounge / dining room with steps down into the open, fitted kitchen, a shower room, a utility room and a WC.
First floor: three bedrooms and stairs to access the large loft area.
Heating: large, traditional open fireplace in the lounge and electric radiators. Double glazing throughout except for one door.
Outside: a large orchard garden extending down to a stream and neighbouring woods.
Taxe Foncière for 2016: approximately €400.
LOUNGE / DINING ROOM (approx 31.3m²) – step in to the lounge through the double glazed front door to find ceiling beams, a tiled floor and walls painted in white except for the end wall which is in bare stone. The large open stone fireplace provides its focal point. A serving bar constructed in stone with a solid wood top features between the lounge and the fitted kitchen and there is also a staircase to two of the first floor bedrooms.
KITCHEN (approx 13m²) – a few steps down from the lounge bring you into the fitted kitchen with its ceiling beams, tiled floor, a four-hob electric cooker with extractor fan, a double sink, an electric oven, a dishwasher, a microwave oven and a refrigerator, all included in the sale. The kitchen is of sufficient size to serve as a dining kitchen.
To the side of the kitchen is a small hallway from where you access the remaining downstairs accommodation as described below. Here you’ll also find a staircase to a first floor mezzanine bedroom which is separate from the other two bedrooms which are accessed from the staircase in the lounge. This hallway is of sufficient size to install a freezer or some cupboards, for example.
SHOWER ROOM (approx 6.4m²) – of a good size, with a combination of tiled, painted and original stone walls. Here you’ll find a large shower cubicle, a wash basin set on a long wood counter, a heated towel rail and various shelves in wood.
UTILITY ROOM – with plumbing for a washing machine.
MEZZANINE BEDROOM 1 (approx 5.2m² above a height of 1.8m with further floor space below that height – accessed from the staircase just off the kitchen, this bedroom has its walls painted in white and a laminated wood floor.
The staircase from the lounge is in solid wood and brings you to:
LANDING (approx 13m²) – L-shaped, with walls painted in white and beams to the ceiling, the landing has space to install cupboards and a desk to serve as office space if required.
BEDROOM 2 (approx 16.3m²) – with an original stone fireplace (sealed off), a laminated wood floor, beams to the ceiling and walls painted in white.
BEDROOM 3 (approx 16.3m²) – with a laminated wood floor, beams to the ceiling and walls painted in white.
LARGE LOFT (approx 28.6m² above a height of 1.8m) – with the original wood floor and beams which have been treated but may well require replacing.
The large orchard garden slopes down towards a stream which is the border of the plot and includes apple trees. It is not lawned and would likely require landscaping. There is a further small garden surrounded by a hedge in front of the house as shown in the photograph.
Attached to the end of the house is a storage shed constructed in breeze blocks with a corrugated plastic roof offering storage space of approximately 12m².
The house is less than 1km from the centre of the village and 15km (9 miles) from the town of Lannion with its amenities, its regional airport and its high-speed TGV train service to Paris and beyond.
FERRY PORTS AND AIRPORTS:
- Saint Malo ferry port (serving Portsmouth and Jersey) - 162km / 101 miles
- Roscoff ferry port (serving Plymouth and Cork) – 59km / 37 miles
- Brest airport - 81km / 51 miles
- Dinard airport (www.ryanair.com) - 148km / 93 miles
- Rennes airport (www.flybe.com) - 175km / 109 miles
Ref. M454-22. Price: €148,400 of which 5.66% is agency fees and TVA thereon (net sale price to the vendor: €140,000).