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, Bon repos Sur Blavet, France
€285,075 Under Offer

Property Details

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This is a charming stone property set in its own land of just under 2 hectares. It has double glazing, central heating, underfloor heating, a wood burner, outbuildings and land and stables all set up for 2 horses or more. There are some amazing views and direct access to a local walking path.

Key Features

  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Log Burner
  • Double Glazing
  • Spacious Rooms
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Workshop
  • Garden
  • Patio
  • Land for Horses
  • Parking
  • Stables
  • Habitable Space - 152m²
  • Total Plot Size - 17,630m²

Additional Details

4.70m x 1.70m
The beautiful property is approached from a minor road and into the front courtyard. The house is accessed from the front door and straight into the entrance hall. It has a ceramic floor with underfloor heating, a double-glazed window to the front, wooden staircase to the first floor, WC under the stairs and access to all rooms.

10.20m x 5.30m
We are going to start at the far-right hand side of this floor, which is the large, open reception/dining room. It has bags of character and comes with a ceramic floor with underfloor heating, a log burner set in a lovely stone fireplace, exposed wooden beams, velux window, two doors and two windows to the front, another door to the rear courtyard and room for a large table and chairs.

3.90m x 2.60m
Moving back towards the entrance hall, the next space is the fully fitted kitchen. It has a ceramic floor with underfloor heating, worktop space and storage cupboards, cooker, microwave, fridge, coffee machine and a breakfast bar.

3.90m x 2.30m
Next to this is the useful utility room, which is an extension of the kitchen. It has a ceramic floor with underfloor heating, worktop and storage cupboards, double glazed window to the rear, room for a washing machine and tumble dryer and it houses the boiler.

3.40m x 1.70m
From the left of the entrance hall are two more rooms, the first is the family bathroom. It has a bath, separate shower cubicle, washbasin and vanity unit, ceramic floor with underfloor heating and a double-glazed window to the front.

3.40m x 2.80m
The last room is the first double bedroom with a ceramic floor with underfloor heating, room for a large bed and furniture and a double-glazed window to the rear with views of the garden.

3.70m x 2.50m
The oak, wooden staircase leads up to the frost floor landing. It has a wooden floor, radiator, storage, double glazed window to the front, room for a desk and doors leading to all rooms.

4.60m x 3.40m
To the right is the second double bedroom. It has a wooden floor, radiator, velux window, with views of the land and room for all furniture.

2.80m x 2.90m
On the other side of the landing is the shower room. It has a large shower cubicle, velux window, radiator, washbasin and vanity unit, WC, and a ceramic floor.

2.80m x 2.90m
A small corridor leads down to the third bedroom. This is on the mezzanine above the reception room. It has a wooden floor, large radiator, Velux window and is lovely and bright.

9.20m x 3.90m
At the side of the property is another stone building, this is currently being used as a workshop. It has two velux windows a double-glazed window to the front, a concrete floor, ample storage space and it has water and electric supply. If you wanted more living space or maybe a gite for income, then you could change this into habitable space, but you would need the correct planning permission.

The garden space is mainly to the rear and has a grassed area as well as 3 good size terraces made of slate. At the front of the house is a large gravel area with ample parking for multiple vehicles. There is even an old bread oven and a large slate table.

This property comes with just under two hectares of land, which are set up and ready for horses. It is completely fenced in and comes with two stables, storage for mowers, and outbuilding and two storm shelters, one in each field. The owners used to have two ponies. The vies from the top are magnificent and there is even access onto land that the commune owns which links up with a local walking path and has the most amazing views.

This is a stunning property set in its own grounds. It has central heating, underfloor heating a log burner, double glazing, workshop, terraces, bread oven, stables, outbuilding, storm shelters, land for the animals and ample parking with two entrances. The owners have said everything inside is negotiable and the tractor for the land as well. Please ask if you would like to see the video.

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