Here we have a former School House in the shape of this rather attractive property. Now it is a family home located in a rural village with private parking 4 bedrooms and a garden.
Third in a row of 4 individual homes, once forming the original convent school.
This property as been a holiday home for the current owners for the past few years.
It is large enough for a family to continue its use as a holiday home, or as a main residence.
Walking distance to the village bakery/grocery shop and local bars.
Accommodation is entered via the private parking and the front door into the hallway, where the stairs are situated to lead to the sleeping accommodation on the first floor.
There is a separate dining room with a fitted kitchen next door. Also the main lounge.
All the rooms are very bright and benefit from large double glazed windows.
Two double bedrooms with wash hand basins. A single bedroom and a twin bedroom. A family bathroom with bathtub, wash hand basin, bidet and WC, There is another WC on the split level between the ground and first floor.
The floors are all original wood throughout.
Stairway is wooden.
There are double glazed windows and exterior shutters for each window.
Also an oil central heating system with original cast iron radiators.
The owners confirm the drainage fosse reaches modern legislations.
There is a basement for this property, used as storage area and giving access to the rear, easy to maintain garden.
Off Road Parking
Close to Schools
Close to Amenities
Basement - Cellar
The department of Finistere has a feeling of being carved out of the earth by the sea and is the wildest area of Brittany, it is also the most western of all French departments. The name Finistere comes from the Latin phrase 'finis terrae', meaning 'land's end'.
It has the English Channel to the north, Cotes-d'Armor and Morbihan to the east, the Bay of Biscay to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the west.
Quimper, the department's capital, is located to the south and has a distinctive Breton character just like all the main towns such as Brest, Chateaulin, Morlaix and Quimper. Over a third of the area is covered with forest, moors and scrubland.
Along the coast, farmers divide their time between commercial fishing and working their small farms. To see the Fish-markets, Douarnenez is worth a visit as is Brest which is on the west coast and is also a major naval port.
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