This pretty stone built town house, is set on the out skirts of a lively little town that has a weekly market, restaurants, shops, bars and live music venues. It would make an ideal holiday home with a manageable sun-trap garden.
It is currently laid out so you enter into the kitchen (20m2 ) which has a woodburner and space for a table. Then through to a hallway with doors off to a separate w.c. and shower room.
Stairs lead up to the first floor where there is a living room (12 m2 ) and a single bedroom. Also on this floor is the access out to the garden.
Stairs then lead up to the second floor with a useful mezanine area and a double bedroom (currently used for storage)
This house has plenty of character and a quirky cottage feel, the property further benefits from some double glazing, mains drainage and wooden shutters.
Heating and Cooling:
* Wood Burner
* Family Room
* Groundfloor WC
* Family Bathroom with Bath
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Double Glazing
* Hardwood Floors
* Tiled Flooring
* Wooden Shutters to Windows
* French TV
* Roadside / No garage
* Garden Shed
* Fenced Garden
* ADSL Internet Connection
* Bottled Gas
* Mains Drainage
* Mains Water
* Walking Distance to Village
* Local Shop
* Coast 45 mins Plus
* Walking / Randonee
* Swimming Lake
* 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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