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|Price|| €158 000 (FAI)**
Reduction from €165,850 to €158,000
|Surface||150 M2*||Plot Size||1909 M2|
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This 5 bedroom house is in excellent condition, is light and has a spacious feel and would make a great family or holiday home. It is situated close to the Nantes/Brest canal and the delightful market town of Châteauneuf du Faou with all amenities. Brest 68km, Quimper 35km and Roscoff ferry 78km are all within easy access for transport links beyond.
With the house in excellent condition and ready to move into, one would have the possibility to set up a vegetable garden and have some small animals on the good piece of land that goes with this house. Or one could do a little remodelling and turn the place into a B&B for some extra income, as the location lends itself well for such enterprises being central to all the wonderful tourist attractions in Finistère.
Fully fitted kitchen
Bedroom or study
Spacious landing and passageway
Large family shower room
2 rooms that could be hobby rooms, or workshops
Laundry and boiler room
2 fenced in areas
Lawn with ornamental trees, some mature trees and bushes
Large garden shed
Small garden shed
The area offers lots of outdoor activities for all ages, ie: cycling, boating and hiking along the Nantes-Brest canal and the Montagnes Noires and the Parc naturel regional d'Armorique.
The unique Château de Trévarez with its park is worth a visit, as is the delightful market town of
Chateauneuf du Faou. The Crozon peninsula has beaches and a varied coastline worth exploring. For city goers Quimper has lots to offer with museums, its cathedral, charming old quarters and of course the annual festival celebrating Breton culture.
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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.