This 18th-19th century stone property is situated on the edge of the village of Langoelan, just a two minute stroll to all amenities: Bar, restaurants, shop, fishing lake & camp site. The situation is however very private and not overlooked.
The house oozes character you won't find another one like it for this price.
The property comprises of three large main buildings, all linked, which surround a courtyard, and with hangars and 6 hectares of private land behind. The main (central) renovated house comprises:
A spacious lounge/dining room, (35m2), with a huge fireplace and wood burner to one end, tiled floor.
Bedroom (16m2) with newly fitted parquet floor.
Through the lounge is the rustic kitchen (20m2), with large fireplace & wood burner, kitchen units, Belfast sink, tiled floor.
Stairs from the lounge lead up the the first floor landing serving two bedrooms (16m2 & 10m2), one with study area and large velux window overlooking the rear garden.
Family bathroom (10m2) with bath, shower, wash basin & wc
Mezzanine overlooking the kitchen (9m2) currently used as a small living room.
To the rear of the main house is a self contained annexe (10m2), fitted with a small kitchenette, and bathroom & wc, perfect for when you have friends & family to stay. A small amount of work is needed to finish this area (plastering some walls).
The annexe could easily be extended on two floors into one of the existing outbuildings.
The second part of the trio of buildings is currently in use as a Brocante (antiques) shop. The room used for the shop on the ground floor measures approx. 36m2. This in turn leads to another room (approx 30m2). There is also a second floor, so it would be possible to renovate all of this part into habitable accommodation / gites etc, or just to extend your main living accommodation.
If you wished to take over the Brocante and have a bit of income to subsidise your French way of life, stock can be negotiated.
The last building (60m2 on the ground floor) is currently used for storage, but if you fancied a project it would make a perfect extension to the main house, as all buildings can be connected.
To the rear of the property there is a large hangar, plus a new car port (which is more than big enough to house a camping car / motorhome, or equally to convert into stables / hay storage etc.) Part of the land to the side of the house is constructable, but currently houses a couple of sheds.
A private orchard, plus paddock of approx 1 hectare , and maturer woodland. Approx. 3.5 hectares of the land is leased on a long lease, which brings in a small yearly income. The final parcel of land is situated across the road and is woodland.
Energy Rating: C - 91-150 KWH/M2
Outskirts Town / Village
Year Built: Before 1900
Property Size (M sq): 140
Plot Size (M sq): 66213
Heating and Cooling: Wood Burner
Rooms: Living Room / Diner
Open Plan Kitchen / Diner
Family Bathroom with Shower
Interior Features: ADSL Internet Connection
Specific Features: Breton Fireplace
Parking: Off Road
Outdoor Features: Large Barn / Hanger
Gates to Property
Services: ADSL Internet Connection
Community: Walking Distance to Village
Coast 45 mins Plus
Walking / Randonee
10 Mins or less to main town
Up to 1hrs 30 mins drive to UK bound airport
Up to 1hrs 30 mins drive to UK bound port