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€139 500 (FAI)**
|Town||LA PRENESSAYE||Dept||Cotes d Armor|
|Surface||86 M2*||Plot Size||2500 M2|
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Fantastic opportunity for this lovely set of buildings and renovated cottage set in a wonderful location. Walking distance to Querrien, a religious site that has been ratified by the Vatican, there once was a sighting of Virgin Mary in 1600's. Peaceful area yet a short distance to village La Prenessaye for local shop/bar/bread depot. Short drive to Loudeac for all your shopping needs.
OPEN-PLAN Living/Dining/Kitchen area, sectioned nicely to make good use of areas, windows and patio doors to front. Utility room leading off Kitchen with TOILET and washbasin.
BEDROOM 1 with velux window to front, en-suite SHOWER ROOM and DRESSING room
BEDROOM 2 with dormer window to front
BEDROOM 3 with velux window to front
BATHROOM with BATH and Wash basin
Finished to a good standard with exposed beams and character. Electrics are recent and insulation, roof in good condition. Heating is woodburner and electric heaters throughout.
Large Outbuilding suitable as a GARAGE with original BREAD OVEN attached - lovely feature
Another building suitable for storage.
Land attached with total area of 2500m2. Grounds have been quite overgrown recently, currently being maintained.
Located in private and tranquil area, track leading to local village.
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DPE : The energy estimation cannot be produced owing to a lack of appropriate data that conforms to the "arrêté du 15 septembre 2006 relatif au DPE".
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.