€636 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€600 000 without fees)
|Surface||200 M2*||Plot Size||897 M2|
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A rare opportunity to buy a highly individual property in a sought after location. Spacious accommodation, a large garden on the sea front & constructible land.
Dining room with feature fireplace & views of the sea
Fitted, fully equipped overlooking the dining area
Lounge with sea views
WC & adjacent sink
Independent bedroom 1 (accessible via the rear courtyard) with sink
Bedroom 2 with balcony overlooking the sea & overhead mezzanine with space for a further 2 beds
Bathroom 2 with WC, bathtub with overhead shower & double sink.
Large garage with parking space for 2 cars, electric door & attic space which could be converted to create additional habitable space
A large lawned garden sits to the front of the property. It is not overlooked by neighbouring properties. If requiring privacy from passers by in the summer months a circular hedge just to the front of the property creates a natural screen. The property is also accessible from the rear. The double gates lead to a private courtyard, not overlooked. Part of this land is constructible, leaving you with future options if wishing to extend yourself or see it as a wise investment for the future.
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WHY BUY THIS PROPERTY?
A house of this size with this view with such a large garden doesn’t come along very often.
It’s just crying out for someone to seize hold of it, update and restyle it.
You can’t get any nearer to the beach. The setting is outstanding.
Relatively undiscovered, this community is known to the locals and a little off the beaten tourist track.
0 km the beach
6 km centre of Assérac
12 km hypermarket Herbignac
22 km Europe’s longest beach, La Baule
90 km Nantes airport
120 km Rennes airport
170 km St Malo
450 km Paris
Located down a one way road where parking is forbidden infront of the property (therefore not spoiling the views) this exclusive property is just steps from the beach, numerous restaurants (famous for their local delicacy: mussels) & small shops.
Loire-Atlantique sits on the border of the Morbihan, the Southern most département of Brittany. Far enough south to benefit from the weather & near enough to return to the UK. Possibly the best-served area of France for travel links. Air Travel possible from Nantes, Rennes & Dinard. By Sea: Roscoff, Cherbourg, Caen, St. Malo & Le Havre. The area also has excellent TGV links to Paris, and the UK.
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Faible émission de GES
Forte émission de GES
Loire-Atlantique is part of the current region of Pays-de-la-Loire and is surrounded by the departments of Morbihan, Ile-et-Vilaine, Maine-et-Loire, and Vendée with the Atlantic on the west. It is a particularly scenic region, with some 30 miles of the Jade Coast. The area was originally part of Brittany, and contains what many people still consider to be Brittany's capital, Nantes. This department was separated from Brittany in 1941 by the German occupation. Although Saint Nazaire is a major commercial port, Nantes, the regional capital, offers visitors a cultural heritage dominated by Gothic art and the Renaissance. Nantes is a large, bustling town, home to the most important gallery of paintings in France after the Louvre. Its impressive château des ducs de Bretagne is well worth a visit, as is the passage Pommeraye, a sumptuous and fantastical 19th-century shopping arcade. It claims to be the most rapidly developing city in France, with France's largest refinery and the country's fourth largest port, a major university and modern industries such as electronics and aviation. Nantes Airport offers flights back to London Stansted, East Midlands and Dublin. Other places of interest are Pornic, a fishing village that has become popular as a seaside resort, once frequented by Auguste Renoir and Gustave Flaubert, and La Baule-Escoublac, a resort created in the 19th century and now just 3 hours from Paris by TGV. Dotted along the beach and inland in the forests, you will find stunning apartments and villas just seconds from the sea or overlooking stunning marinas.