This property has a total of nine bedrooms and is situated within easy reach of the northern coastline of Brittany, in the department Cote d'Armor. The beautiful coastline of the Cote de Granit Rose is one of the wonders of France, and is just a short drive away.
The house can in fact be divided into three parts:
A large fully equipped holiday home with four bedrooms, a bathroom with a bath and shower, 1 WC on the ground floor, a kitchen and a dining room.
B&B, consisting of 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with shower and bath and a large living room with a fireplace. (This part could also be made into independent accommodation if a kitchen is installed).
3rd section with one bedroom, a kitchen, a living room and a bathroom with a bathtub. This could be used either rented out as a holiday home or used by the owner as their own living space.
Benefiting from gas central heating and double glazing throughout, this property offers home comfort for all.
The exterior boasts a private entrance in to a courtyard, with access to the L shaped building. In total there are 250m2 of living space, divided into two houses.
A large plot in the region of 10,000m2 of land and numerous outbuildings, currently used for garaging,storage and workshop etc.
This property could lend itself to becoming an equestrian property, and with the right permissions, convert or add buildings for stabling.
The present owners have operated a B&B / Guest gite facility in the past, so this a very real possibility for any prospective buyer to build on that and develop further.
The property comes with a fully furnished option, making it ready to live in straight away. This ensemble, is keenly priced for the location and size of living accommodation that is being offered. It's well worth a trip to visit.
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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