REDUCED in price - Sitting deep in the beautiful Breton countryside at the end of a track, these properties sit on just under half an acre of secluded gardens over looking woodland and fields. The village of Guern and the town of Guemene sur Scorff are just a short drive away with all amenities, and the south coast is about a forty minute journey.
With a dressed stone doorway to one house and the other with a glazed vaulted entrance, they have been imaginatively created to make the most of the light and surrounding views. These two houses give you the opportunity of living in one and renting out the other for an income.
Property one comprises of an open plan ground floor with a kitchen area, beamed sitting area, a shower room and storage cupboards. Open tread stairs then lead you to the double mezzanine bedroom with stunning views. This property is heated by the wood burner on the ground floor.
The second house comprises on the ground floor of a tiled entrance hall with exposed stone walls and doors leading off to three bedrooms ( two doubles and one single) and a shower room. Then stairs leading up to the open plan second floor, which at one end, has a sitting area with wood burner and at the other there is a the kitchen with a range of units.
Both properties, have been renovated and maintain their character and original features, but they are now in need of a little TLC.
Chance for you to put your own mark on them, without major works needed.
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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