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House in BOQUEHO , Cotes d Armor , Brittany

€477,000 (HAI)** £429,720**
Ref: 93147HCO22
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Imposing 5 bed stone house plus large longere in landscaped gardens. Secluded central village location just 20 mins from coast!

Gail Callicott , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €477 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€450 000 without fees)
Ref 93147HCO22
Town BOQUEHO
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Dept Cotes d Armor
Surface 192 M2* Plot Size 12318 M2
Bathroom 2 Bedrooms 5
Location
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Close to golf course
  • Village property
Type
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
Features
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Garage
  • Guest house / gite
  • High speed internet
  • Private parking
  • Well
  • Woodburner(s)
Condition
  • Excellent condition
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This impressive stone property has been been renovated to an exceptionally high standard by the present owners and, in addition to the main house, also includes a large renovated longère (formally used as accommodation and mechanics workshop featuring reinforced concrete first floor and hydraulic lift); a hangar with room for up to 6 cars and a semi-open fronted stone barn. The property sits in a beautiful enclosed landscaped park and enjoys peace and tranquility with no close neighbours or viz a viz. This property offers fantastic business potential in a pretty and lively village just 20mins from some of the most stunning coastline in the Côtes d’Armor.
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MAIN HOUSE

Ground Floor

Entrance to L-shaped living room with study in one corner and open plan kitchen to rear.

Features include original large granite fireplace with bespoke wood-burning stove handmade by a local artisan in a unique hexagonal design; triple aspect windows; triple glazing; bespoke handmade solid oak internal shutters on all windows; tiled floor; exposed beams.

Through door to lobby where there is a second entrance door handmade in solid oak. Features include Italian marble floor tiles; bespoke artisan staircase in Italian marble and cast iron art deco balustrade to landing. Separate WC under the staircase and handbasin.

1st FLOOR

Bedroom 1 with dual aspect windows. Fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 2 with dual aspect windows; exposed beams; oak shutters; bespoke hand carved oak staircase to mezzanine with velux.

Bedroom 3 with window to courtyard; exposed beams; oak shutters; bespoke hand carved oak staircase to mezzanine leading to further bedroom which could also be converted into an ensuite or studio.

Bedroom 4 with dual aspect windows; oak shutters.

Separate WC

Bathroom with traditional ships flooring; double sink; window to garden; shower cabin with power shower; heated towel rail.


LONGERE - Consists of 4 good sized rooms already decorated and ready to use as needed. The rest of the longere could be easily reconfigured back into accommodation if not needed as a workshop. The potential here is considerable given the footprint of the building.

Utility room with dual aspect windows housing the central heating system; separate WC; shower cabin. Utilities include cooker; washing machine; dryer.

Room 1 – Original decoration with vintage fabric wallpaper; tiled floor; door to courtyard.

Room 2 Original decoration with vintage fabric wallpaper; patio doors to rear courtyard and door to front courtyard.

Room 3 – Vast workshop/garage with concrete floor; hydraulic lift to 1st floor; full insulation; industrial heating system; triple aspect windows; strip lighting.

Ladder to

1st Floor – Huge open space covering footprint of longère. Features include reinforced concrete floor; industrial heating system; windows overlooking garden plus velux. Includes separate room with window overlooking the garden.

HANGAR
The open hangar has room for up to six cars including one covered and secure garage space leading to wine cave. Car wash area with soak away.

STONE BARN
Partly open on one side with good height and covered internal mezzanine. Separate door to rear.

GARDEN
The beautiful gardens cover approx four acres and are completely enclosed with a fence flanked by trees for tranquility and privacy. Entrance to the driveway is through electric gates with a videophone for total security.

LOCATION

The house is within walking distance of Boqueho which enjoys a lively bar (with regular live music) a boulangerie, restaurant and mini-supermarket. On your doorstep are miles of ‘chemins’ or walking-paths which offer many opportunities to explore the surrounding countryside by foot and horse-back, including the wonderful nature reserve of the Forest d’Avaugour Bois Mer covering 1100 hectares of woodland and wildlife walks and hacking trails.

The hamlet of Boqueho is ideally situated for easy access to a number of towns:

Chatelaudren – 10min (7.7km)
Chatelaudren is an officially designated ‘Petite Cité de Caractère’ in recognition of its heritage and historical importance. It’s a lively and artistic town, and became the second capital of French fashion thanks to the establishment of the Petit Echo de la Mode (the most famous couture magazine in history) and its pattern-making factory. The impressive former printing-house is now a resource centre with frequent exhibitions and events. There is a weekly market, and your pick of boulangeries, butchers, patisseries, restaurants and cafes. The river Leffe runs through the centre and former mills and stone houses lines its bank and provide a picturesque backdrop to the delightful scene.

Quintin 13 mins (12.1km)
The ‘Petit Cite de Character’ of Quintin is a pretty medieval town with plenty of shops and restaurants, as well as an impressive chateau and a great historical connection to the weaving trade which is celebrated once a year at the Fête des Tisserands (weavers’ festival) at the beginning of August.

Guingamp – 18min (21.3km)
A pretty medieval town and a classified ‘Ville d’art et d’histoire with lots of historical attractions and places of architectural interest including an impressive 12th century castle. It’s also famous for it’s Premier League football team – the home matches are held at the Stade de Roudourou and are very family friendly with an excellent atmosphere. Enjoys a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants.

St Brieuc – 21 min (24.7km)
The principle city of the Côtes d'Armor - modern and vibrant with a hospital, shops galore, a beautiful bay (stretching out an astonishing 7 km at low tide) a fascinating medieval quarter and a good choice of restaurants.

TRANSPORT

Rail
You can travel directly to Paris from Guingamp or St Brieuc in 2.5 hours on the high-speed TGV line. The stations also serve all the nearby major towns such as Paimpol, Rennes, Callac and Brest, and are an ideal base from which to explore the rest of Brittany and beyond.

Air
Rennes airport 1hr 16 (120km) Dinard 1hr (94km)

Sea
Roscoff 1hr 10 (100km)
St Malo 1hr 20 (110 km)
Caen 2 hr 30 (249 km)
Dieppe 4hr 16 (431km)



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