~~This very bright and airy modern family home is set on a quiet estate of similar properties, is unoccupied and ready to move into. Brittany’s north coast with all of its wonderful beaches is just a short car ride away!
LOUNGE / DINING ROOM (approx 33.6m²) – of a good size and with a patio door to access the south-west facing patio and rear garden.
OPEN KITCHEN (approx 10.4m²) – featuring a double sink, an extractor fan, storage cupboards and a serving bar.
BEDROOM 1 (approx 9.5m²) – including a fitted cupboard providing shelves, drawers and hanging space.
BEDROOM 2 (approx 9.5m²)
BEDROOM 3 (approx 10.2m²)
BATHROOM (approx 5.2m²) – featuring a bath with over-bath shower and a tiled surround, wash basin and mirror.
SEPARATE WC (approx 1.2m²)
GARAGE (approx 18.3m²) – for one car and including space and the plumbing for a washing machine. There is additional parking space on the drive or in marked bays on the cul-de-sac, just a few metres away from the house. The garage is partly boarded out above head height to provide storage space.
LOFT STORAGE SPACE – the loft would ideally need to be boarded out to create a very large storage space.
TO THE EXTERIOR:
A lawned front garden sits alongside the driveway which leads to the integral garage. The lawn extends around the side of the house and to the back where you can enjoy the sun on the private, south-west facing patio.
The house was constructed in 2007 and is heated throughout by electric radiators. It sits on the edge of the village but within very easy walking distance and is 19km (12 miles) from the large town of Lannion.
The ferry ports of Roscoff (serving Plymouth and Cork) and Saint Malo (serving Portsmouth and Jersey) and are 85km (53 miles) and 149km (93 miles) away respectively. Brest airport is 112km (70 miles) away, from where the airline FlyKiss (www.fly-kiss.com) operates a service to Luton. Dinard airport is 135km (84 miles) away and all journeys are pretty straight forward, being largely by dual carriageway. Ryanair fly Dinard to Stansted several times per week all year round and to East Midlands currently (as at January 2017) between April and the end of October.