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€41 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 17 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€35 000 without fees)
Reduction from €46,000 to €41,000
|Town||ST GUEN||Dept||Cotes d Armor|
|Surface||65 M2*||Plot Size||1340 M2|
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This 2 bed detached country home is situated on the edge of the village of Saint Guen with beautiful surrounding countryside and offers you the chance to have a fantastic holiday home or permanent home for a couple. Renovation will be required. It has a good sized garden, greenhouse and two garages. Close to the Lac de Guerlédan, Mur de Bretagne, Loudéac and Pontivy.
On entering the property into the:
Lounge area: 3.42m x 5.50m approx. with tiled floor, window to the front and fireplace with wood burner Dining area : 3.20m x 2.78m approx. with tiled floor, window to the front and door leading to stairs to the first floor. Kitchen area: 2m x 3.58m approx. with tiled floor, double sink unit, window to the rear and gas hob.
Shower Room: with tiled floor, window to the rear of the property, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, electric radiator, WC and understairs storage area.
Large mezzanine landing area: with wood floor, Velux window to the rear of the property and doors off to:
Bedroom 1: 2.65m x 2.76m approx. with wood floor, window to the side of the property and exposed beams.
Bedroom 2: 2.47m x 2.76m approx. with wood floor, window to the side of the property and exposed beams.
The property sits in 1340m2 of land with pretty garden to the front of the property and plenty of off-road parking. Greenhouse. There are two garages, one being attached to the property - both will need new roofs.
To the rear of the property is a lean-to wood store. The property has a stream bordering the edge at the rear of the property.
This property will require a new septic tank to be installed, electrical works, re-insulating and redecoration throughout.
The vendor is looking to achieve the asking price and is not negotiable on price.
Saint Guen is centrally located and ideal for visiting all parts of Brittany. Loudéac is 18km, Pontivy 19km, Rostrenen 32km and Saint Brieuc 41km. The airport at Dinard is approx. 1hr30 and port at St Malo just under 2 hours. There is also a very nice beach close to Mur de Bretagne at Lac de Guerlédan and larger beaches with water sports no more than 10 mins by car at Beau Rivage. This is one of the most accessible areas of France: you can catch a ferry or a plane to various parts of the UK: St Malo - Portsmouth, and the Channel Islands; Dinard via RyanAir to London. Other transport options include ferries to Roscoff, Caen or Cherbourg or flights to Brest, Rennes or Nantes. There are also TGV stations in various nearby towns.
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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.