|Price|| €1 155 000 (FAI)**
Reduction from €1,365,000 to €1,155,000
|Surface||380 M2*||Plot Size||20509 M2|
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An impressive 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom main house plus an attached 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom property. Renovated to an extremely high level of quality throughout and is within easy reach of Plouay (5kms) and Lorient (20kms).
The property is located at the end of a small country lane and has been renovated to an exceedingly high standard with an impressive main living space and an adjoining self contained gite/B&B apartment. It has many features such as 2 wood burner stoves, under floor heating, double glazing, numerous bath and showers rooms.
It has a sauna, wet room, games room complete with drinks bar, a full size swimming pool, a green house. A good size stone built barn can easily accommodate a workshop and garden storage area. The property is situated in an area of open fields and woodland with the advantage of being close to the local town of Plouay. At the end of the main central house, there are two further adjoining stone buildings ready for further renovation and conversion to dwellings.
This outstanding property has been a successfully run gite business with returning clientele every year. Renovation of this property, during recent years, has been completed by professionally qualified artisans and tradesmen. A superb property consisting of a home, a business, land and options for further development.
On entering the property into the kitchen area and corridor leading to the main lounge.
KITCHEN: (6.0m x 4.0m approx). with tiled floor, double glazed window, double glazed doors to garden. A central island with electric hob, extractor fan, a range of fitted units with worktops and tiled splash backs, electric oven.
LAUNDRY ROOM (2.80m x 1.9m approx) :Tiled floor, WC. Complete with double sink, connections for washing machine etc.
SHOWER ROOM (2.0m x 1.75m approx) with tiled flooring, radiator, single wash hand basin, tiled shower cubicle and WC.
LOUNGE AREA: 5.0m x 11.60m (approx) with tiled flooring, double-glazed windows, 2 wood burning stoves set in ornate stone fire places.
1st FLOOR (MAIN HOUSE):
Access to the upstairs area via an archway leading to stone staircase ;
BEDROOM 1 : 4.8 m x 3.78m (approx) with tiled flooring, double-glazed window, walk in wardrobe, ensuite shower room complete with WC.
BEDROOM 2 : 3.4m X 5.30m (approx) with tiled flooring, double-glazed window to front of building.
BATHROOM : 1.75m x 3.8m approx) with tiled flooring, bath, bidet, WC, Wash basin.
2nd FLOOR :
BEDROOM 3 : 2.7m x 4.50m (approx) with tiled flooring, storage and ensuite shower room. Velux window.
BEDROOM 4 : 2.9m x 3.1m (approx). with tiled flooring, storage and ensuite shower room. Velux window
GAMES ROOM: 8.60m x 5.5m (approx) complete with bar counter, double glazed doors leading to swimming pool area and rear garden.
SHOWER ROOM: 2.28m x 1.85m (approx) shower area leading to SAUNA: 2.20m x 2.0m (approx). Separate WC.
Outside stone staircase leading upto Gite /B & B accommodation.
KITCHEN/LOUNGE AREA : 5.15m x 9.0m (approx). Fully fitted kitchen area complete with washing machine, dish washer facilites. Full height double glazed window with views of an oak wood.
BEDROOM 5 : 3.77m x 2.9m (approx) complete with ensuite shower room
BEDROOM 6 : 3.22m x 2.68m (approx) complete with ensuite shower room
BATHROOM : 2.18 m x 2.66m (approx) complete with bath, WC, wash basin
BEDROOM 7 : 2.38m x 3.25m (approx)
STONE BARN :10.60m x 5.40m (approx)
The driveway leads either to front of the house, stone barn and easy access to the orchard, stone bread oven and land.
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