- Double Glazing
- Mains drainage
- Mains water
- Town location
Entered via a wooden door into the entrance hall with low level window to rear elevation, and beautiful wooden staircase rising to the first floor. Tiled floor, built-in storage cupboard. Doors off into:
13' 1" x 16' 1" (4.00m x 4.90m) Window to front elevation fitted wall and base cupboard and drawers with roll top work surface over incorporating a single bowl sink and drainer and tiled splash backs. Exposed ceiling beams, electric radiator, built-in storage cupboards. Multi paned door into:
Inner Hall: Built-in storage cupboard housing the hot water tank, electric radiator. Door into shower Room: Skylight window. Plumbing for a washing machine. Fitted with a wash basin, low level WC and shower tray with shower over. Electric radiator.
15' 9" x 16' 1" (4.80m x 4.90m) Living Room. Window to front elevation. Parquet flooring, stone surround fireplace housing an electric fire, radiator.
16' 5" x 13' 5" (5.00m x 4.10m)Window to front elevation, blocked off fireplace, electric radiator and built-in wardrobe. Bedroom 2: 2.49m x 3.44m. Window to front elevation, built-in wardrobe, radiator. Bedroom 3: 3.43m x 3.70m. window to front elevation, blocked off fireplace, radiator, door into walking wardrobe.
Fitted with a panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin, bidet and part tiled walls. Separate low level WC.
From the landing there is a further door with a stair case to the second floor
12.00m x 2.50m (39' 4" x 8' 2"). This large area is big enough to convert into a further two bedrooms and bathroom is desired.
There is access from either the front or the rear of the property to the rear gravelled courtyard which is approximately 7m x 7m incorporating a stone storage shed.
Located in the heart of Brittany, Mûr-de-Bretagne has an attractive territory around its jewel, the lake Guerlédan (400 ha), where you can take part in hiking, horseback riding, water skiing, boat trips or canoeing to name a few. The town also has a rich heritage with houses of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries very well preserved. You will find a diverse range of shops, restaurants, country cottages and hotels and the tour de France will be passing through again this year as one of its stages. The nearest ferry ports are Roscoff (1 hour 35), St Malo (1 hour 35) and Caen (2 hours 45). There are also three airports, Rennes (1 hour 15), Dinard (1 hour 15) and Brest (1 hour 30).