€229 000 (FAI)**
|Surface||160 M2*||Plot Size||1320 M2|
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Attractive exterior, updated interior, recently installed kitchen & bathrooms, great sized garden, off road parking & a fantastic price. These don’t come along very often so get your foot in the door first.
Lounge opening out onto the terrace
Adjoining dining room with insert woodburner & fireplace.
Fully fitted, equipped kitchen with dining area
Bedroom 1 with wall length fitted shelving unit
Bedroom 2 currently used as a spacious office
Bedroom 3 with inbuilt wardrobe
Bathroom with bathtub, shower cubicle, sink with vanity unit & further storage space
Bedroom 4 – particularly spacious this is better likened to a suite with space for a small lounge or office area & another inbuilt wardrobe
Bedroom 5 – well sized with wardrobe space again
Shower room with sink & vanity unit, shower cubicle & toilet
Office area. A potential 6th bedroom if minor works were completed.
Brimming with storage space, flooded with light, choice of modern neutrals for all bathroom & kitchen fittings, great sized rooms.
A large double garage with doors to the front. The tractor can enter but a full sized car can’t. Easily remedied or park on the driveway (2 spaces) & enjoy this huge expanse of space for storage and as a workshop. Also has wine cellar & utility area.
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The land is fully enclosed. Not on a main road, this house enjoys a good sized garden, a raised terrace which runs around the ground floor and an attractive approach.
WHY BUY THIS PROPERTY?
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Potentially a spacious family home it has also brought in an income as a B&B and with minor works the basement could easily become a professional premises, whether for an artisan, yoga teacher, as a classroom or a health professional’s base.
Well cared for, good diagnostic test results, a solid, pleasantly decorated home.
0 km town centre of Questembert
10 km Rochefort-en-Terre, voted the French People’s Favourite Town 2016
16 km market town of Muzillac
19 km nearest beach – Billiers
20 km nearest port at Arzal
20 km Damgan
27 km mediaeval city of Vannes
83 km Rennes airport
93 km Nantes airport
143 km St Malo
425 km Paris
Set within a vibrant town, everything you could wish for is on tap from the weekly market, banks, horse races, cinema, restaurants, swimming pool, supermarkets, hardware stores to clothes shops but there’s no main road, fast traffic or noise pollution with this house. There is an ample choice of sandy beaches just twenty minutes away.
This property is situated in the Morbihan, the Southern most département of Brittany. This is a popular investment area & a thriving tourist destination. This region enjoys a warm climate, a dramatic, rugged coastline, long sandy beaches; both tourist hot spots and secluded bays, plus the inland delights of its many pretty villages. Sailing, golf,and equestrian sports are available in the local area.
South Brittany is located far enough away from the UK to really feel ‘abroad’ but is close enough to offer the security of knowing family & friends are not too far away at all. Possibly the best-served area of France for travel links. This is one of the few areas accessible via ferry or airplane. You will be able to access your home in Brittany by air from North & South England, Wales & Ireland via budget airlines. Air Travel possible from Nantes, Rennes & Dinard. By Sea – St Malo, Cherbourg, Caen, Le Havre, Roscoff. The area also has excellent TGV links to Paris, and the UK.
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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.