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2 Bed Farmhouse for sale

Le Quillio, Cotes-d'Armor, Brittany, France




    FeaturesOpen Fireplace
    New Kitchen
    New Roof
    Fosse Septic installed 2008
    Multiple Outbuildings
    Potential to renovate
    Land and Garden
    Plot size7360 m2
    Habitable space83.5 m2

    Property Description

    Ground Floor
    5.60m x 5.40m
    This property is approached from a minor track and directly in front of the house is ample parking for multiple cars. The main house is entered from the front and straight into the open plan kitchen, snug area. The kitchen is fully fitted and complete with a fridge and a cooker. There is a lovely open fire which could easily fit a small log burner if you desire one. The snug area is where the owners like to watch TV, whilst also enjoying the lovely views of the countryside. Both these areas benefit from natural light with windows to the front and the back. There are doors leading to all rooms on this floor.
    5.20m x 4.70m
    To the right is the large, bright reception room. It has a ceramic floor, an electric heater and some of the furniture will be staying. The main feature of this room is the large windows to the front which offer some quite stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
    3.60m x 2.60m
    Back through the kitchen there are two double bedrooms. The first has a wooden floor and a large double glazed window to the front with some lovely views of the countryside.
    3.60m x 2.90m
    The second double bedroom faces the back garden. It has a wooden floor and a double glazed window facing the back garden. This room is lovely and bright.
    Utility Space
    2.20m x 1.40m
    Just passed the second bedroom is small utility space, ideal for some white goods. There is a set of double glazed doors leading into the back garden and another door leading to the bathroom.
    2.20m x 2.20m
    The final room in the house is the bathroom. It offers a bath, WC, washbasin, heated towel rail, a window to the rear and it has a vinyl floor.
    Outbuildings & Garden
    Open Log Store
    5.20m x 5.40m
    There are outbuildings and storage barns with this property. Starting from the right, there is an open log storage area.
    5.90m x 4.40m
    Next to this is the workshop. It has a dirt floor, storage space and electricity.
    Cow Shed Ground Floor
    9.10m x 6.70m
    Next to the main living space is the old cow shed. The ground floor has a concrete base, exposed beams which are in really good condition and a wooden staircase to the first floor.
    Cow Shed First Floor
    The staircase leads to first floor, which technically is unused loft space. This is where this property becomes really interesting. There are 3 huge rooms up here.
    The first is 12.6m x 4.9m, with a wooden floor.
    The second is 9.8m x 3.9m, with a velux window and a wooden floor.
    The third is 9.7m x 3.4m, with wooden flooring.
    The roof has been renewed by the current owners so this would just be internal work. Obviously these spaces could be converted to extra living space with the correct planning permission.
    Storage Barn
    6.80m x 4.10m
    Next to the cow shed is another storage barn.
    6.00m x 5.00m
    Technically the last part of this building on the left is the garage. It has storage for all garden tools, there is electricity and the current owners also have a washing machine plumbed in here.
    22.10m x 10.00m
    To the back of the main house and over to the left is the large storage hanger.
    The house sits almost in the middle of the plot and is surrounded by some quite stunning views of the countryside. There are no close neighbours and it is not overlooked by anyone. There are many vantage points to enjoy this large outdoor space.
    This is a beautiful home in a tranquil setting. The house is ready to move into and if you wanted to expand the habitable space, this is also possible. There are ample storage barns and a hanger, perfect for anyone with large vehicles or camper vans. The local village is about a 15 minute walk, with the large town of Mûr-de-Bretagne only 10 minutes away by car. West of Mûr-de-Bretagne is the Lac de Guerlédan, Brittany’s largest lake. Not only is this the perfect place for sunning yourself or messing about on the water but the area also offers extensive trails for walking and cycling. The Quénécan forest and Abbaye de Bon Repos are not to be missed. The owners installed a new fosse septic in 2008 and have also put a new roof on the majority of the property. Request details
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