This property was architecturally designed to provide a contemporary open plan living space with the added bonus of seven bedrooms. Being built with an elevated position within a one acre plot, this property boasts wonderful views over the countryside and village beyond.
It was built in 2003 to a high standard, with double glazing throughout and gas fired under floor heating on the ground floor and gas radiators in the bedrooms.
The house is located at the end of a quiet lane on the outskirts of the village. This small but friendly village has a bar and creperie and is only a short drive from the small towns of Gouarec (with indoor pool) or Mur De Bretagne which both have a good range of bistrots, bars, banks, live music venues and supermarkets between them. Alternatively, 15kms in either direction you have the larger towns of Rostrenen or Pontivy which have all facilities and a weekly markets too. This property is quite a rare find and there is also the option to buy a further hectare of land (via separate negotiation) adjacent to the garden which would suit horses etc..
The open plan layout has three entrances; a main entrance into the living area, an entry into a boot room / laundry room or there's an entrance into the dining area. The kitchen / dining / living area (60m2) is tiled throughout with gas fired under floor heating, there is also a closed chimney stack in place if you wanted to have a feature woodbuner installed. From the living and dining area there are some really great views over the land thanks to the wall of windows. The kitchen has a good range of units with a gas fired oven and handy breakfast bar which cleverly divides the areas. There's a door down to the dry cellar / wine store and an archway leads through to bedroom one (12m2), a shower room and bedroom two (9m2) which is currently used as an office.
On the first floor, there are five bedrooms in total. All are built into the eaves, three of which have double beds in place and two are dressed as singles. Also on this floor is a good sized family bathroom.
Outside there is a sweeping gravelled drive providing plenty of parking and a covered terrace area - ideal for alfresco dining. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with some well stocked flower beds, specimen trees and hedging on the boundary.
The present owners had a septic tank installed at the time of construction, but recently pipe work has been laid so you could connect into the mains drainage system if preferred. This house further benefits from ADSL internet connection.
Just 5 minutes away from the beautiful lakes of Guerledan, Nantes Brest canal and the abbey of Bon Repos. The beaches of the South Brittany coast and train links from Lorient can be reached in 55 minutes.The airports at Brest and Dinard are an hour 45mins away, and the ports of St Malo and Roscoff are just under two hours away.
* Outskirts Town / Village
Heating and Cooling:
* Gas Fired Central Heating
* Under floor Heating
* Den / Office
* Laundry Room
* Basement / Cellar
* Living Room / Diner
* Open Plan Kitchen / Diner
* Groundfloor WC
* Family Bathroom with Bath
* Family Bathroom with Shower
* Wine Cellar
* Light / Airey
* Excellent Lighting
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Ample Power Points
* Double Glazing
* French TV
* Garage / 4 cars or more
* Terrace - Covered
* South Facing
* Vegetable Garden
* Mature Trees
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Bottled Gas
* Mains Drainage
* Mains Water
* Septic Tank (Fosse Septique)
* Walking Distance to Village
* Local Shop
* Swimming Pool
* Coast 45 mins Plus
* Walking / Randonee
* Golf Course
* Horse Riding
* Up to 1hrs 30 mins drive to UK bound airport
* Up to 1hrs 30 mins drive to UK bound port
The department of Morbihan in the south-eastern part of Brittany has a coastal area offering a micro-climate, the Morbihan Gulf on the south coast; where you will find the ancient town of Vannes. Morbihan is bordered by Cotes-d'Armor to the north, Ille -et-Vilaine to the east, Pays de la Loire to the southeast and Finistere to the west.
Morbihan's main activities are agriculture, fishing and tourism. Oysters are cultivated in the Gulf of Morbihan. Tourism is popular along the Morbihan coastline and in the medieval towns and villages dotted around the countryside. Carnac is the French version of Stonehenge with stones laid in concentric circles by an ancient people.
These Megaliths and Dolmens and Menhirs are believed to have been placed there between 3500 and 1800 B.C and you see their symbols everywhere. Attractive Property in the area is easy to find with lovely Farmhouses, Water mills and sleepy Cottages in abundance.
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