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€239 995 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 4 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€230 000 without fees)
Reduction from €256,800 to €239,995
|Town||PLOUGUENAST||Dept||Cotes d Armor|
|Surface||213 M2*||Plot Size||11586 M2|
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This attractive character property has previously been run as a very successfully B&B, with separate owners’ accommodation. The property comprises two separate living areas, so one half could alternatively be rented out as a gîte. Most of the furniture can be included in the sale, so this property has the potential to create an income from day one. The property has 2.9 acres of land and is situated in a lovely rural setting with uninterrupted views across the valley in a small hamlet just outside of the lively village of Plouguenast just a 3 min drive away.
Large open-plan lounge/diner and kitchen: 10.10m x 5.90m approx., this room oozes character with exposed beams, log burner and stone flooring. The kitchen area is separated by a breakfast bar and just off the kitchen is another small galley kitchen area which, via a doorway, leads into the other section of accommodation. As well as the log burner, there are electric radiators controlled by Wi-Fi to regulate the temperature throughout the house.
Taking the stairs from the lounge to:
Light airy landing with a Velux window and wooden flooring throughout.
Bathroom: bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin, tiled walls and floor.
Bedroom 1: 3.10m x 3.40m approx.
Bedroom 2: 3.10m x 3.40m approx.
Bedroom 3: 4.10m x 5.60m approx. with en-suite shower room comprising shower, WC and wash hand basin.
All the bedrooms are light and airy and have electric radiators controlled by Wi-Fi.
A doorway from the small second kitchen area leads through into another separate accommodation area which is separated by a door from the main kitchen, making it completely separate to use as owners’ accommodation or a separate gîte witha kitchen.
Lounge: 5.60m x 3.80m approx. with log-burner, exposed beams and tiled flooring. Archway through into..
Kithen/Dining area: 4.39m x 5.98m approx, with galley kitchen.
Stairs leading to:
Bedroom 1: 5m x 4.50m approx. (Built over the garage), en-suite shower room with WC and wash hand basin.
Bedroom 2: includes a small room with a small log-burner (currently used as an office) 4m x 2.8m approx., leading into a spacious Bedroom 3.80m x 3.50m approx. with en-suite bathroom, having a bath, separate shower, WC and wash hand basin. Walk-in wardrobe area off the en-suite bathroom.
Most of the furniture can be included in the asking price, so there is a readymade B&B business which generated a healthy income via the owners’ website. Financial figures can be supplied to interested parties after a viewing has been arranged. The owners previously lived in the secondary accommodation whilst running the B&B leaving 3 bedrooms to rent out and having a comfortable lounge/dining area for their guests.
The house and outside areais not overlooked and includes a large patio area, garage, a large walk-in bread-oven and steps down on to a small secret garden. 11586 m2 of land, part of which is a parcel of land of 1866m2 a few hundred yards down the road from the property. The main land could be used for grazing horses and is edged by a river, which is used for fishing and kayaking.
Situated in north eastern Brittany, the area has many beautiful walks and bicycle/riding tracks, kayaking and it's just half an hour away from the clean sandy beaches and safe swimming of the Brittany coast. Situated close to a large friendly village centre which boasts 30 businesses including a good sized supermarket, a pharmacy, doctor, dentist, bank, florist, hairdresser, petrol station, individual shops & restaurants. The ancient town of Moncontour with its cobbled streets and amazing architecture is just a ten minute drive away - this small town also has all the facilities previously mentioned as well as many individual shops, guest houses, a weekly market and a small museum. Loudéac known as 'The Carrefour (crossroads) of Brittany' is 15km - a growing town with excellent road links & many facilities including superstores, builders' merchants, hotels, water park, golf, riding and sporting facilities. The City of Saint Brieuc is just 34km away with all the shopping you could wish for and other attractions such as cinema and bowling! Access is so easy, whether it's for you or your guests. About an hour away are the ferries of St Malo which arrive from Portsmouth, Poole and the Channel Islands or Dinard airport with its regular RyanAir flights from various parts of the UK. Also in easy reach are Roscoff, Brest, Rennes, Nantes, Caen and Cherbourg with a variety of ferries and flights from all over the UK; there are also TGV stations nearby. If you want to see more pictures of the property, arrange a visit or just find out more then please e-mail an enquiry.
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The name of the departments translates as "by the sea" in Breton, and the department's principal town is Saint Brieuc, founded by the Welsh monk Brieuc in 482 AD, with its imposing cathedral. Other towns of interest include Dinan, one of Brittany's finest medieval towns and a major tourist attraction and Guingamp, another town of historic and architectural as well as religious interest. There are many beach resorts and fishing ports. The department boasts six "petites cites de caractère" including Jugon les Lacs, an ancient fortress town surrounded by rivers and lakes.
The department is the least populated department in Brittany and so there is a real feeling of space - if you want to escape the rat race and enjoy the peace and quiet of rural France, the Côtes d'Armor is ideal. There is a great diversity of rural pursuits, lovely beaches with many leisure activities, along with stunning coastlines and dramatic inland landscapes. The coastline is dotted with lighthouses and is characterized by rocky coves and tidal inlets, and inland paths lead to ruined castles, fantastic forests and farm properties built in pink, grey and black stone.
Scattered with beautiful manor houses and chateaux, the department offers some fascinating architecture, with many attractive granite-faced properties. The property for sale is this part of France still represent very good value compared to other regions of the country.