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Pretty Stone House on 1 Hectare EUR163,995

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105 m²
Plot Size
10,000 m²
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This pretty stone property is located on a quiet crossroads with views over fields and countryside, but just 5 minutes from the pretty and popular small town of Gouarec which sits on the Nantes Brest canal. So on your doorstep you have a public swimming pool, supermarket, boulangerie, bars, restaurant, pizzeria, banks, post office and a good community feel. There are also primary and secondary schools with bus links. Being close to the Quenecan forest, the Abbey de Bon Repos and the lakes of Guerledan means this area is popular for tourists.

The house has been carefully renovated and nicely finished with quality oak doors throughout, a bespoke hand-made kitchen and double glazing too. From the half glazed front door the central hallway has an attractive wooden staircase linking the two upper floors, and two doors off to a cosy sitting room (20m2) with impressive stone fireplace and wood burning stove, and a door off to the dining room (10m2). The dining room is open to the kitchen and also has a wood burner. The kitchen is very light and has a good range of painted wood, countrystyle kitchen units with wooden worktops, double sink and views out over the garden and fields beyond. From the kitchen a door leads into a rear entrance hall giving access out to the garden and with door to a practical utility / boot room and WC.

One the first floor the landing area has a wooden floor which flows into all rooms continuing the country feel. There are two double bedrooms, the first is 20m2 and the second is an 'L' shape approx 9m2. And a family bathroom, with glass screened bath and shower attachment. The top floor is the master bedroom suite (16m2 into eaves) which just needs finishing and has a shower unit plumbed in.

Outside the garden has been sectioned off for easy maintenance. The fenced garden area surrounding the house measures around 400m2. This has a gravelled path and BBQ area with steps up to the lawns where specimen fruit trees have been planted. The rest of the hectare would be ideal for horses or other livestock. This house has great views, is light yet cosy, has double glazing a new septic tank, quality fittings and broadband.

The closest beach would be on the North coast with a 40 minute drive, and the larger towns of Rostrenen or Mur de Bretagne are just 10 minutes in either direction. 30 minutes north west and you are in Carhaix which has a railway station for the TGV to Paris and Brest. The airport at Brest is an hour, the ports of St Malo and Roscoff and airport at Dinard are just under two hours away.

Heating and Cooling:
* Electric Heating
* Wood Burner

* Dining Room
* Family Room
* Laundry Room
* Open Plan Kitchen / Diner
* Family Bathroom with Bath
* Family Bathroom with Shower

Interior Features:
* Light / Airey
* Excellent Lighting
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Ample Power Points
* Double Glazing
* Tiled Flooring
* Laminated Flooring

Specific Features:
* Breton Fireplace
* Beams
* Wooden Shutters to Windows
* UK Satellite Dish

* Driveway Parking

Outdoor Features:
* Small Barn / Hanger
* Paddock
* South Facing
* Vegetable Garden
* Mature Trees
* Fenced Garden
* Gates to Property

* ADSL Internet Connection
* Electricity
* Bottled Gas
* Mains Water
* Septic Tank (Fosse Septique)
* Telephone

* Local Shop
* Coast 30 mins
* Walking / Randonee
* Cycling
* Golf Course
* Horse Riding
* 10 Mins or less to main town
* Up to 1hrs 30 mins drive to UK bound airport
* Up to 1hrs 30 mins drive to UK bound port

The department of Cotes d'Armor is the northern most department in the Region of Brittany, with the English Channel to the north, Ille-et-Vilaine to the east, Morbihan to the south and Finistere to the west it is a sunshine gem.

The picturesque Émeraude Coast looks north to the English Channel and is packed with charming seaside resorts and old fishing villages. Most of the towns of the interior were founded in the Middle Ages. The department's southern half is crossed by the Noires Mountains that run west to east with rivers emptying to the south into the Bay of Biscay and to the north into the Channel.

Along the coast, fishing was once important but is now secondary to the cultivation of fruit, oats, potatoes and wheat and of course tourism.

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