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€172 800 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 8 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€160 000 without fees)
|Town||ST MELOIR DES ONDES||Dept||Ille et Vilaine|
|Surface||66 M2*||Plot Size||162 M2|
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Beautiful 2 Bedroom Stone Cottage only 3km from the Beach. Very quite location within walking distance to the centre of the village for amenities.
An excellent oppotunity to purchase this well newly renovated holiday home;
Plenty of off road parking and a small private back garden for those BBQ's. This is a perfectly low maintenance, well positioned holiday home
This 2 bedroom stone cottage is the ideal holiday home, it has been newly renovated to high standard, with a new contemporary Kitchen and Bathroom.
The location of this holiday cottage is set just on the outskirts of the village, so a 500mtr walk to the amenities and local bar and bakery.
It has ample off road parking within the front gravel courtyard, to the back of the house there is a terrassed area perfect for BBQ's.
The beach is only 3km, so close enough to cycle.
There are local riding stables, which ride out into the sand dunes.
This really is the ideal holiday cottage. Close to Mount St Michel,
Access to all sea ports
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DPE : Energy test not required.
Brittany's historic capital, 2,000 year-old Rennes, which lies at the confluence of the Ille et Vilaine rivers, is one of the departments four "Art Towns", the others being Fougères, Saint-Malo and Vitré. Rennes has a population of around 220,000 inhabitants and attracts a large mobile population, mainly because of the university and many business that have established in the area.
Whilst the department is the most densely-populated in Brittany, by contrast it has the youngest population, averaging under 37 years of age. Other towns and places of interest include Redon, at the confluence of Brittany's two largest rivers, the Oust and the Vilaine, and Dinard, one of Europe's finest seaside resorts. The coastal towns of Saint Malo and Dinard and the areas inland of the coast are very popular with homebuyers because of the attractive coastline, generally mild climate, great infrastructure and ease of access back to the UK and Northern Europe. From Rennes airport one can fly direct to Exeter, Southampton, Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast and Dublin, and Dinard airport, although smaller, offers flights to Guernsey and London. St Malo port offers cross channel ferry access to Poole, Portsmouth, Weymouth, Jersey and Guernsey.
It is a department rich in historic and religious monuments, remarkable medieval cities and natural history with numerous museums and theatres. Its' proximity to the coast attracts a large number of tourists to the area, which is good news for those looking to set up a tourist-related business such as chambre d'hôtes or gîtes.