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|Price||€205 200 (FAI)**||Ref||71091PRO56|
|Surface||147 M2*||Plot Size||1829 M2|
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A superb, slate roof neo Breton property complete with swimming pool located in an excellent position overlooking the Blavet valley.
The property comprises of :
Basement: A laundry room, cellar and garage which can accommodate 2 cars.
Ground floor: A sitting/lounge room, a dining room, 1 bedroom, 1 kitchen, 1 shower room and a WC.
First floor: 4 bedrooms, 1 family bathroom and a separate WC.
Also included is :-
A garage and workshop of an approx area of 32m2
An above surface swimming pool
Total land area of 1829m2
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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The rugged Atlantic coast of the Morbihan offers fine beaches, both tourist hotspots and secluded bays. Inland, there are sleepy villages, and bustling market towns. The capital of Morbihan is Vannes, an ancient town and residence of the former Dukes of Brittany. Other famous towns include Josselin, famous for its château, La Roche Bernard, an historic and attractive town with a pretty port, Rochefort en Terre, Lizio and Malestroit, all 'cités de caractères', renowned for their history and character. The Gulf of Morbihan offers a wide range of sandy beaches, from the more renowned resort of Damgan, to more secluded, private coves. The department boasts an abundance of islands, many of which can be reached by boat from the mainland, including Belle Ile en Mer, the largest French island in the Atlantic. Morbihan's famous standing stones, spread over some 40 individual sites, are linked by the Route des Mégalithes. Carnac is the world's largest megalithic site where there are a reported 2,792 stones. The Morbihan coastline enjoys a warm micro-climate, ensuring it is a perennially popular holiday destination, which makes it a prime investment area. Vannes has as much sunshine as Toulouse (over 2,000 hours per year), relatively little rainfall and average maximum temperatures of around 22 degrees Celsius. Parts of the Morbihan are sufficiently warm to support flora normally reserved for the Mediterranean! In terms of infrastructure, Morbihan offers good access to Rennes, Nantes and Brest airports, the ports of Cherbourg, Roscoff, Le Havre and St Malo as well as a direct TGV link between Redon and Paris.