REDUCED in price - Approached by a very quiet country lane, lies a small hamlet of just four houses. This property is two of them. The 4/5 bedroomed longere dates back over 400 years and is actually built from local granite which was rescued from the neighbouring chapel that was demolished back in the 1700's. It has beautiful stone dressed arched doorways and windows which are a real feature of this building. Around 20 metres away, is the second cottage, also in stone which has two bedrooms.
The longere has been fully refurbished to a high standard and just needs a small amount of D.I.Y. finishing, the odd window sill, door trims, tiled edges here and there, but in the main it is ready to go. The front door leads you into the large living room with huge stone fireplace and wood burner. There are doors off on either side to a kitchen/ diner with with a range of units and a log burner cooker which feeds the radiators in the house. There is a further summer sitting room with panoramic views over the gardens. A ground floor bedroom with a wheelchair accessible wet room and three further bedrooms on the first floor all with their own en-suite facilities. The master suite enjoys a spacious bathroom, with the bath being the feature in the centre of the room.
This longere also benefits; broadband, 'A' grade double glazed windows and on the south side fitted solar pipes for water heating. Due to the use of the solar and wood burning stove to for the radiators, the electricity bill for this property in Jan/Feb 2014 was just 25 euros!!!
The second stone cottage is very much liveable, but would benefit from some updating to the electrics and plumbing as well as general up dating. On the ground floor there is a central entrance hall with doors off to a sitting room and a kitchen with space for a table and an inset log burner. The kitchen enjoys the best views, and on a good day the view from the kitchen window stretches for over 30 miles - no one will complain about washing the dishes with that view ever again!!! Upstairs there is a bathroom and two bedrooms both heated with optional electric radiators.
Within the garden area of 2.5 acres, three outbuildings including an open barn, two dry workshop / garages make it very flexible with endless possibilities.
Away from the main garden (around 80m down the country lane, is a field with a very pretty stream as well as your own private forest of around 2.7ha in total.
With your imagination and the right permissions, the options for these properties and outbuildings are numerous. But first off, it is already a beautiful family home with the possibility of revenue from the cottage and views to die for.
Here is a lot of property with a lot of land and for not a lot of money, making it a must see.
Two houses with solar and heating from cooker in place. Very energy efficient houses.
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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