House in ARGOL , Finistere , Brittany

€424,000 €371,000 (HAI) £313,395**
Ref: 67736EBE29
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Perfect opportunity to buy longères with successful gîte business.

Edward Brenninkmeijer , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €371 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€350 000 without fees)

Reduction from €424,000to€371,000
Ref 67736EBE29
Town ARGOL Dept Finistere
Surface 231 M2* Plot Size 3230 M2
Bathroom 2 Bedrooms 3
  • Hamlet property
  • Coastal
  • 50km or less to airport
  • House
  • Holiday Home
  • Family Home
  • Country House
  • Private parking
  • High speed internet
  • Guest house / gite
  • Garage
  • Double glazing
  • Character property
  • Business potential
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Habitable
  • Excellent condition
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These traditional stone longères have been carefully renovated to retain some of the original features while incorporating modern commodities, including in the main house an eco-friendly geothermal underfloor heating system. The gîtes have been successfully running throughout the year for 12 years. The property is centrally situated on the beautiful Crozon peninsula near the charming village of Argol. In the village there is a boulangerie, restaurants, convenience stores, post office, hairdresser and a museum. For all other amenities there are Crozon and Plomodiern 13 km away. For links beyond Quimper 41 km, Brest 47 km and Roscoff 75 km.

These longères were built in the 19th century and are in a quiet rural location. The larger one is a comfortable family sized 3 bedroom home, with plenty of windows giving it a light filled welcoming atmosphere. The other longère has been divided into 2 gîtes with all the necessaries and has a 3 star rating with 'Gîtes de France'.

Main house
Ground Floor:

Entrance hall
Off hall – shower room with sink toilet
Off hall – utility/laundry room with geothermal heating unit and door to outside as well.
Large light filled open space kitchen/dining/living room with fireplace
Smaller living room/den
Bedroom with shower and sink

1st Floor:

Mezzanine from wooden staircase in the kitchen making a nice study
Large landing as area for further study or reading, accessed from living room/den
2 Bedrooms
Bathroom with sink and toilet

Gîte 1 East:

2 bedrooms, one double, one single
Kitchen/dining/living room with all the necessary equipment
Separate toilet
Shower room with sink and washing machine

Gîte 2 West:

1 double bedroom
Kitchen/dining/living room with all the necessary equipment
Separate toilet
Shower room with sink and washing machine

Argol and the Crozon peninsula are within the Parc naturel régional d'Armorique. The peninsula has a stunning and varied coastline with beaches and offers many outdoor activities. For city activities Quimper is the charming capital of Finistère and has a cathedral, museums and hosts the annual festival celebrating Breton culture.

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Location in France

Finistère is the most westerly department of Brittany with its name meaning the equivalent of Cornwall's 'Land's End'. It has more than just that in common with Cornwall, with its rugged, picturesque countryside, strong regional identity and many miles of coastline scattered with clean, sandy beaches they are quite alike. In fact Finistère is the most coastal department of France accounting for almost one quarter of the country's overall coastline and almost half of its towns and villages are located at the coast. Bordered to the north by the English Channel, to the west by the Irish Sea and to the south by the Atlantic Ocean, this is the perfect location for those who love the sea and of course, delicious fresh fish and seafood. Over millions of years, waves and storms have shaped the rugged coastline, giving a wild beauty while the proximity of the Gulf Stream gives a gentle climate. The capital of Finistère, Brest has as an average of 1732 hours of sunshine per year (comparison Toulouse 2,000 hours per year) and average maximum temperatures of around 22 degrees Celsius. Brest is a vibrant university town which also boasts an international airport and due to its location as a seaport, it has been used by the navy from 1631 when Cardinal Richelieu first ordered the construction of a harbor through to the present day. Other famous towns include Quimper, famous for its pottery, historic Concarneau with its ramparts and fortified cold town plus five delightful little 'cités de caractères': Guerlesquin, Le Faou, Locronan, Pont-Croix and Roscoff. Finistère has superb transport links, Brittany’s toll free roads make it easy to access a host of ports and airports, but the region is served directly by the port at Roscoff, the airport at Brest and TGV services to stations including Brest and Morlaix.