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€115 560 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 7 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€108 000 without fees)
Reduction from €120,910 to €115,560
|Town||PLONEVEZ DU FAOU||Dept||Finistere|
|Surface||168 M2*||Plot Size||8344 M2|
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This lovely 3 bedroom house has lots of potential. It is situated on just over 2 acres of land. There is a patch for growing vegetables and number of fruit trees, besides a large wood that is well cared for, with many different types of interesting trees. For immediate amenities there is Plonévez du Faou 3km away and all others can be found in the charming town of Châteauneuf du Faou. For transport links beyond Quimper is 50km, Brest 68km and Roscoff 70km away.
This versatile house has been partly renovated and with some work it would become a splendid home or holiday house. There is also possibility of extra income, as part of the house used to be separated off and used as rental. It would not take much to change it back and then one could use it as gîte or permanent rental.
Partly fitted kitchen
Large room to be developed
Bedroom with dressing area
Shower room with sink
Large landing, currently used as study
2 large bedrooms
Family bathroom with sink
Attached garden shed with oil heater (oil tank outside under ground)
Front garden with flower beds and sitting area
Parking space in front and also behind the house
Lawn with vegetable patch
Lawn with fruit trees and BBQ area behind the house
Forest with tidy piles of chopped wood and house made of branches and twigs.
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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, Brittanys 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.