This house is set in the popular town of Saint-Nicolas-Du-Pélem, central Brittany and yet is only around 35 miles from some of northern Brittany’s finest beaches. Featuring generous gardens, a good sized paved patio with a permanent barbecue and a smart conservatory, this home sits amongst other houses in a quiet suburban setting with all the amenities of Saint Nicolas and other towns within easy reach. It offers living space of approximately 123m² on a plot of 2,132m².
The good-sized entrance hall of approx 5m² provides access to the lounge / dining room, kitchen, the attractive staircase in wood, a WC and with an access door to the basement garage.
LOUNGE / DINING ROOM (approx 29.4m²) – featuring a wood-burning fire set below a chimney breast and surrounded by attractive wooden shelves and storage cupboards to the sides.
KITCHEN (approx 16m²) – the fitted kitchen is in solid wood with a four-hob electric cooker, extractor fan, electric oven, dishwasher, fridge and plentiful drawers and storage cupboards. It is very bright thanks to two windows and is of sufficient size to serve as a dining kitchen.
CONSERVATORY (approx 14.5m²) – with double glazing, a parquet floor and white wood panelling to the walls. The patio doors open out onto the paved patio.
BEDROOM / OFFICE (approx 10.5m²) – with an attractive en suite featuring a shower and a wash basin.
SEPARATE WC – with wash basin.
The hallway also includes useful fitted storage cupboards.
BASEMENT – featuring:
- a laundry room (approx 17.2m²) with plumbing for a washing machine and a double sink
- a storage room of approximately 6.2m²
- a large garage of approx 44m² which could take up to three cars
- under staircase storage space
Accessed from the entrance hall to arrive at the large landing which could easily serve as an office due to its generous size.
BEDROOM 2 – approx 7.4m²
BEDROOM 3 – approx 8.4m²
BEDROOM 4 – approx 13.1m²
BATHROOM – tastefully tiled and including an over-bath shower, bidet and wash basin.
TO THE EXTERIOR:
An electric gate gives access to the driveway which has sufficient space for several cars, descending down to the garage in the house basement. Generous lawned gardens pass all around the house and feature apple and a few other mature trees. A large outside storage shed currently serves as the log store and includes a water butt for rainwater collection.
The house is heated by the wood fire in the lounge supplemented by electric convector radiators and double glazing throughout.
Saint-Nicolas-du-Pélem offers several amenities and the larger, historic town of Rostrenen is only about ten minutes away by car. The large Lac de Guerlédan and the popular town of Mur-de-Bretagne alongside the lake are around 15 miles away.
The ferry ports of Saint Malo (serving Portsmouth and Jersey) and Roscoff (serving Plymouth and Cork) are 128km (80 miles) and 105km (66 miles) away respectively. Dinard airport is 114km (71 miles) away and all are easily reached with the journeys being largely by dual carriageway. Ryanair fly Dinard to Stansted several times per week all year round and to East Midlands currently (as at September 2016) between April and the end of October. Brest airport is 123km (77 miles) away, from where the airline FlyKiss (www.fly-kiss.com) operates a service to Luton.