Attractive 4 Bed End Of Terraced Stone Built Home In The Centre of a pretty Village with Restaurants, Bar and a Grocery Shop.
There is a garden but it is not attached, it is just across the road and is about 300m2.
The property is a main home at present, but would also make an ideal holiday home, in a pretty village, with basic amenities.
There is a shared courtyard to the rear of around 25 m2 total and a garden of around 300m2 not attached, but across the road.
The accommodation is as follows: Entry into a little hallway with a cupboard for coats.
To the left, a large kitchen partially equipped. enough room here for the dining table and chairs. Behind the kitchen the current owner has made a little work shop out of where there was once a formal dining room. This could easily once again become a nice, separate area for dining.
From here a landing with wooden stairway to: 3 double bedrooms and an office space, which would be a fourth single bedroom if required.
Also on the first floor a bathroom with bath, wash hand basin and a separate WC.
Back on the ground floor and to the right of the entry hall, there is a good size lounge with a nice large wooden and glass paneled door looking out. Also a small area to home a little office space.
The property is on mains drainage.
Heating can be either central heating by oil, or electric radiators. Both types of heating are in place.
There are things in the house, which would need to be updated including the electrics and decoration.
Off Road Parking
Close to Schools
Close to Amenities
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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