This beautifully presented detached property, has been recently fully renovated and updated. It now offers spacious and light three bedroom accommodation with a 3rd of an acre garden. It is finished to a high standard with fully insulated walls, a sound roof and quality double glazing throughout keep running costs and maintenance to a minimum.
In a quiet hamlet with a handful of houses, the property is just 5 minutes from the historic market town of Guemene-Sur Scorff which has all amenities.
On the ground floor you have an entrance hall, with door off to a useful utility/ boot room and secondary door leading into the fresh and bright shower room with w.c.. To the left of the hallway is the welcoming open plan living area (30m2), incorporating a modern style fitted kitchen with original feature granite fireplace to one end. There is a place for the dining table and a seating area around the cosy yet efficient wood burner to the other end. This is a wonderful light filled space due to the two large windows overlooking the garden.
Going upstairs from the hallway we find three bedrooms, two (6m2 sgl and 12m2 dbl) share an en-suite 'Jack and Jill' bathroom. On the landing area is a good sized alcove currently used for hanging rail storage, but would equally make a good study place. There is then a third WC. with hand basin right next to bedroom three (7m2).
Outside, to either end of the house are two parking areas with space for up to three cars, and on the right of the property a good sized storeroom. A walled and marble paved sun terrace is well placed running along the front of the property and over looking the lawned and tree lined garden. This low maintenance house will make an ideal family holiday home, or will serve well as a permanent residence with plenty of space for visitors.
The main source of heating is from the wood burner with back up eco' electric storage heaters in other areas.The property also benefits from broad band and a new septic tank (professionally installed conforming to regulations in 2013)
A 15 minute drive will take you to the larger town of Pontivy, which has all amenities, good bus connections and an new indoor swimming pool with slides and spa. Being close to the Quenecan forest, the Abbey de Bon Repos and the lakes of Guerledan means this area is popular for tourists.
The beaches of the South Brittany coast and train links from Lorient can be reached in 35 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.
Tax Fonciers 280 euros a year.
Heating and Cooling:
* Electric Heating
* Wood Burner
* Laundry Room
* Living Room / Diner
* Open Plan Kitchen / Diner
* En-suite Facilties
* Groundfloor WC
* Family Bathroom with Bath
* Family Bathroom with Shower
* Light / Airey
* Excellent Lighting
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Ample Power Points
* Double Glazing
* Hardwood Floors
* Tiled Flooring
* Laminated Flooring
* Breton Fireplace
* UK Satellite Dish
* French TV
* Pvc shutters to windows
* Driveway Parking
* South Facing
* Mature Trees
* Garden Shed
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Bottled Gas
* Mains Water
* Septic Tank (Fosse Septique)
* Local Shop
* Swimming Pool
* Coast 45 mins Plus
* Walking / Randonee
* 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 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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