- Central heating
- New log burner
- Large garden
- Habitable Space - 128m²
- Total Plot - 2680m²
6.20m x 1.10m
This fantastic Neo-Breton home is approached by a minor road. It has its own driveway with enough room for at least two cars. The house is entered on the first floor and directly into the entrance hall. It has a ceramic tiled floor, an electric heater and doors to all rooms on this floor. At the end of the hall is a door leading down to the sous-sol.
5.00m x 3.90m
The first room on the left is the bright reception room. It offers light oak coloured, wooden floor, a new, log burner, 2 electric heaters, room for a dining table and chairs and it comes with a large set of patio doors that lead out onto the south facing balcony. The room has a fresh new look to it.
3.90m x 3.40m
The second room on the left is the fully fitted kitchen. It has a vinyl floor, an electric radiator and a large double glazed window to the front with views of the garden. The kitchen includes an oven, cooker hobs and newly fitted doors and worktops.
3.30m x 3.20m
On the opposite side of the entrance hall are 3 further rooms. The first is a large double bedroom with an electric radiator, a large double glazed window with views of the garden and it is carpeted throughout.
3.30m x 1.80m
The second room on this side is the bathroom. It has a grey ceramic floor, washbasin and vanity unit, WC, heated towel rail, Bath with shower, double glazed window to the rear and there is a separate WC next door.
3.30m x 3.20m
The last room on this floor is the second double bedroom. It currently has twin beds but is easily big enough for a large double. It offers an original oak floor, an electric radiator, a double glazed window with views of the garden and it is bright and spacious.
3.10m x 1.30m
The door at the end of the hall, leads down to what is known in France as the sous-sol. It has four more rooms here. The first is a utility space with white goods plumbed in and a worktop space, as well as a new hot water tank.
2.80m x 2.30m
There is another room downstairs that is the third bedroom. It has a light oak, wooden floor, 2 double glazed windows, a heated towel rail and a washbasin with vanity unit.
4.30m x 4.20m
To the left of this is what is known as the Cave in France. It has ample storage space, a concrete floor and a door leading to the rear garden.
8.30m x 3.70m
The final area here is the large garage. It has a concrete floor, a door leading to the driveway and 2 double glazed windows to the rear.
The garden space is just lovely, and the house sits in the middle of the plot so can be enjoyed from many aspects. There is potential to sell the other half of the garden as it could be split to another building plot. This will of course be subject to the correct planning permission, but lots of new builds are in the area.
On the other hand, you can just enjoy the full length of the garden and its privacy. The setting is peaceful and quiet. The current owner has transformed this garden into a beautiful outdoor space.
The main village is a few minutes drive in the car with the large town of Rostrenen just a 5 minute drive away. The house has some beautiful aspects but especially the balcony and garden. The interior has been done to a high standard and some of the furniture could be sold with the house. This is a really good quality home at a reasonable price.
€137,800 agency fees included, €130,000 without fees,
Agency fees: €7,800 including VAT, payable by the purchaser