This is a very interesting project, one for a house which needs renovating but does have a roof, and the other which is a more solid stone property dating back to 1675 which no longer has a roof. The property is awaiting a Certificate d'Urbanisme which will help to get planning permission for renovation, with a small barn and rear garage and half an acre of land. It is close to the village of Gomené and is close to Plemet and Merdrignac for local shops.
- A renovation potential for a 2 bedroom house
- Garage and wood store
Situated in a small hamlet, these properties have a plot of 1960m2 all at the front and side, one property having a roof, which will need dealing with and the other one which has lost its roof a few years ago.
There is an area at the front for parking alongside the small barn.
Access to the house through 'front door'.
Living room and kitchen area
7.5m x 5.0m (24' 7" x 16' 5")
A large open room with open fireplace, old sink unit by the window, wooden flooring.
Doorway through to end section with a very old ladder accessing the attic.
8m x 5m (26' 3" x 16' 5")
This would be the flooring level measurements, but looks large enough to accommodate 2 bedrooms.
Dormer window to the front.
5.0m x 2.8m (16' 5" x 9' 2")
A stone barn, with small window opening at one end. Metal corrugated roof.
Garage or store area at rear of house
Garage or store area
7m x 2.8m (23' 0" x 9' 2")
A wooden structure built onto the rear of the house with a corrugated roof.
Property with no roof
Inside second property
7m x 6m (23' 0" x 19' 8")
The roof timbers have collapsed into this space, but you can see a fireplace, and arched stone work at the rear.
May have been built in 1675 as the stone over a window shows.
The property is situated on 1960m2, just under half an acre and it is mainly grass with trees and a hardstanding at the front.