This stone house was built by its current owner with new material but with a traditional and original character style, a superb Farmhouse Longere that looks old but has the benefits of being new. This property has a conforming septic tank.
Set in a quiet hamlet, 5 minutes from a village with all shops and services, very close to the well known "Parc Regional d'Armorique" and just 30 minutes from 2 towns with TGV Train station and airport.
GROUND FLOOR: Entrance in the big dining room which includes the fitted kitchen with a fireplace (wood stove). Access to the lounge with another fireplace ( wood stove). Ground floor bedroom with a private bathroom with wc. Guest toilets.
FIRST FLOOR: 2 bedrooms with private bathrooms and wc, cupboards, at the first level.
OUTSIDE: Looking to the south over the terrace and the garden with a well to the open countryside views. The hangar can be a garage, a workshop, a place to store fire wood and more.
Living space : around 140 m2
Land : 1980 m2 ( possibility to buy more)
House in very good condition : new construction
Heating : Wood and electric radiators
Hot water : Electric boiler
Insulation and double glass doors and windows
Mobile phone signal.
NOTE: the location is described in our descriptive but we cannot supply the address of the property, we can describe the area and will of course inform you if there is any 'blight' or nuisance near the property so you can book a viewing in confidence, ask for more details.
The department of Finistere has a feeling of being carved out of the earth by the sea and is the wildest area of Brittany, it is also the most western of all French departments. The name Finistere comes from the Latin phrase 'finis terrae', meaning 'land's end'.
It has the English Channel to the north, Cotes-d'Armor and Morbihan to the east, the Bay of Biscay to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the west.
Quimper, the department's capital, is located to the south and has a distinctive Breton character just like all the main towns such as Brest, Chateaulin, Morlaix and Quimper. Over a third of the area is covered with forest, moors and scrubland.
Along the coast, farmers divide their time between commercial fishing and working their small farms. To see the Fish-markets, Douarnenez is worth a visit as is Brest which is on the west coast and is also a major naval port.
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