Hamlet Situation gives this Character Restored Longere a clam environment from which to enjoy the large Lounge, rustic Kitchen, Garage, Carport and lovely bedrooms, the house is surrounded by 1763m2 of private gardens.
Situated at the end of a hamlet with neighbors, this recently restored, stone longere has room to be expanded into the annex for even more accommodation, if required.
Entry into the large rustic kitchen, to the right, the stone barn extension with its new roof and the possibility to create a formal dining room and 2 further bedrooms. To the left, through a very thick stone wall opening into the charming lounge area, with its wood burning stove for heating and feature granite fireplace.
The ground floor is tiled for easy cleaning. Continue through on the same level, to a useful utility area and shower room with WC, Shower cubicle and wash hand basin.
From the back of the lounge a decent wooden stairway to two double bedrooms.
To the rear of the property 60m2 workshops attached and garage space. Attached to the side of the extension, a useful car port.
Although the property has neighbors, it is not overlooked and is south facing for the sunlight.
The gardens are all around and laid to lawn.
The property is within walking distance of the village, with a bar and soon to be opened a shop for the groceries and daily bread
Off Road Parking
Stone Built With Outbuildings For Renovation
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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