This house has an extremely homely feel about it and might just be for you if you love quality decoration to a high standard with wood everywhere! Extensively fitted with beams, matching interior and exterior doors, window sills, window and door frames, attractive staircase, fire surround and mantle piece, lounge floor (whilst the floor is matching and has the appearance of traditional floorboards, it is actually composed of hard-wearing ceramic tiles) and an attractive, large fitted kitchen in oak. The lounge is heated by a very effective wood-burning stove which usually serves to heat the whole house, with electric programmable radiators installed in each room in case of need and double glazing throughout. All-in-all this well-maintained house makes a very attractive proposition and is well worth a visit.
LOUNGE (approx 26.5m²) – tastefully appointed with lots of character, extensively fitted in wood.
BEDROOM 1 / OFFICE (approx 16.9m²) – situated on the ground floor adjacent to the lounge, this bright room with a carpeted floor currently serves as a good-size office but could just as easily be utilised as a bedroom.
FITTED KITCHEN (approx 27.2m²) – if you’ve ever longed for a spacious, well-equipped, bright kitchen with plenty of worktop space, well….la-voilà! This attractive kitchen is extensively fitted in oak and features a five-hob BOSCH gas cooker with a smart overhead extractor fan in stainless steel and glass, double fitted oven, a dishwasher, a fridge-freezer, abundant cupboards and drawers. It also features an attractive display unit with glass-fronted display cabinets, cupboards and drawers. The unit is fixed and included in the sale.
LAUNDRY ROOM (approx 4.3m²) – just off the lounge, this utility room leads to the downstairs shower room and WC and includes plumbing for a washing machine.
SHOWER ROOM – extensively tiled including the shower cubicle, with a wash basin on an attractive base with shelves in wood, ornamental shelves, a mirror and a heated towel rail.
The attractive staircase in wood leads from the lounge to the carpeted landing with its attractive ceiling beams and enough space to install a desk if desired.
MASTER BEDROOM (approx 10.8m² above a height of 1.8m with additional space below this height) – tastefully decorated in pastel colours, carpeted with its end gable in original stone and beams to the ceiling.
BEDROOM 3 (approx 8.6m² above a height of 1.8m with additional space below this height) – tastefully decorated, carpeted and with beams to the ceiling. A curtain-fronted recess provides shelving and hanging space.
BEDROOM 4 (approx 9.2m² above a height of 1.8m with additional space below this height) – tastefully decorated, with beams to the ceiling, carpeted and with a curtained wall unit providing hanging and shelf space.
BATHROOM (approx 11.2m² above a height of 1.8m with additional space below this height) – a large, very bright bathroom attractively tiled to the floor in large white tiles and with white painted walls. It features an oval bath, a shower cabin with its multi-jet shower system, WC, bidet, wash basin with wall mirror, decorative glass shelves and a heated towel rail.
TO THE EXTERIOR:
A good size lawned area to the front of the house with a corner terrace in mosaic tiling.
The house’s tiled roof is in a very good state of repair and a satellite dish is installed. The Taxe Foncière for 2016 was €580.
The resort town of Paimpol (famous for its oyster production) with its marina and beaches is just 24km (15 miles) away. France’s high speed TGV train network passes through Guingamp (16km / 10 miles away) to access Paris and beyond and the arterial RN12 dual carriageway (Brest to Rennes) is also accessed at Guingamp.
The ferry ports of Roscoff (serving Plymouth and Cork) and Saint Malo (serving Portsmouth and Jersey) are 84km (52 miles) and 142km (89 miles) away. Brest airport is 105km (66 miles) away, from where the airline FlyKiss (www.fly-kiss.com) operates a service to Luton. Dinard airport is 148km (92 miles) away into which Ryanair fly from Stansted several times per week all year round and from East Midlands currently (as at February 2017) between April and the end of October.