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Quality Property with Cellar, Garden and Garage EUR84,995

Price
EUR84,995
City/Town/Village
Guerlédan 
Department
Côtes-d'Armor 
Region
Brittany 
Post Code
22570 
Bedrooms
Bathrooms
Habitable Area
180 m²
Plot Size
518 m²
Agency Ref Number
BMX00251 
Listing Views
21 
Built in 1983, this three bedroomed detached village house is set in a residential area in the heart of a friendly village. It would make an ideal holiday property or equally a good permanent home.

Entering the house from the garden door brings you into an L shaped hallway, with w.c., storage cupboard, door down to the cellar and further doors off to :

A 30m2 Living / dining room with terazzo floor tiles, a granite fireplace with insert woodburner and full length glazed doors to either end. The kitchen (12m2) has space for a small table, and when originally built in the early 80's the Parisian owner comissioned high-end stainless steel framed kitchen cupboards, with stainless steel work surfaces which are now bang on trend again! Also off the hallway is the bathroom and two double bedrooms with some built in storage, each approx 10m2 and with parquet flooring.

Upstairs, there are two door off the landing to:

a double bedroom into the eaves (16m2) and a large attic with good head height which could make a great parental suite.
Access to the basement is either from the hallway or via the garage doors off the driveway, the total size of this basement and garage is approximately 11m x 8m. There is a good sized garage with workshop area, summer kitchen and utility area (housing the oil central heating boiler) and a wine cellar.

The low maintenance garden (518m2) is fenced, with veggie plot, flower beds and bordered by a hedge. This house is lovely and light and ready to move into, but would also benefit from a little cosmetic updating in some areas at your own pace.

Just minutes away from the Nantes brest canal and Abbey de Bon Repos, the area is also popular for walkers and cycling. There are many other tourist attractions including the lakes of Guerledan which are within easy reach too. You are not far from the towns of Mur de Bretagne and Rostrenen which are pleasant towns both with all amenities, weekly markets and venues with regular live music.

It's a good location to live or for holidays, as being centrally located you will find that all of Brittany is accessible to you. With both the North and south coasts at a 45/50 minute drive, the larger town of Carhaix a 20 minute drive (with a railway station for the TGV to Paris and Brest). Brest airport is an hour away and the ports of St Malo and Roscoff and airport at Dinard, are just under two hours away.

Early viewing is recommended as this house has a lot to offer at a good price.

Heating and Cooling:
* Wood Burner
* Oil Fired Central Heating

Rooms:
* Laundry Room
* Basement / Cellar
* Living Room / Diner
* Summer Kitchen
* Groundfloor WC
* Open Attic Space
* Wine Cellar
* Kitchen

Interior Features:
* Light / Airey
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Hardwood Floors
* Tiled Flooring
* Loft / Attic

Specific Features:
* Wooden Shutters to Windows
* French TV

Parking:
* Garage / 2 cars

Outdoor Features:
* Vegetable Garden
* Workshop
* Fenced Garden
* Gates to Property

Services:
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Electricity
* Mains Drainage
* Mains Water
* Telephone

Community:
* Walking Distance to Village
* Local Shop
* Fishing
* Coast 45 mins Plus
* Walking / Randonee
* Golf Course
* Water Sports
* 30 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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