3 Bed Property for sale

Louargat, Cotes-d'Armor, Brittany, France



    Property Details

    • Bedrooms: 3
    • Bathrooms: 1


    • Outbuildings: Yes
    • External Feature: Ideal Equestrian
    • Living Space M2: 110
    • Land M2: 9,100
    • Location: Countryside
    • Location Description: Countryside views
    • Outbuildings: Yes
    • External Feature: Ideal Equestrian

    Full Description

    REDUCED in price - Here we have a RURAL FARMHOUSE in a HABITABLE STATE with good potential to develop further and expand PLUS ideal for EQUESTRIAN USE with and OPEN COUNTRYSIDE VIEW over green fields.

    This substantial, stone-built 19th-century farmhouse is set in rolling countryside and enjoys unobstructed views over green fields. With double glazing and living accommodation of 110m2, a large hangar and other outbuildings, it sits on a plot of just under a hectare and offers a fantastic opportunity for someone with animals requiring grazing land or as a residential property with potential for expansion by converting the adjoining outbuildings to further accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permission being obtained.

    The outbuildings could easily be adapted for equestrian use making this an interesting proposition for someone with horses.

    Whilst presenting a real opportunity for the quiet life in a rural setting, the nearby town of Louargat is only 6km / 3.5 miles away, the arterial RN12 dual carriageway (Brest to Rennes) is just a little further and the beaches of northern Brittany are 22km / 14 miles away.


    The house is heated by a wood-burning fire in the lounge and electric radiators are in place in case of need. The entrance hall gives access initially to a utility room and an additional room which could be used as an office or adapted as a bedroom. The entrance leads further into the large open lounge and fitted kitchen with views over green fields to the rear of the property.

    UTILITY ROOM (approx 10.6m2) - with a tiled floor, a shower unit, a sink with under-sink cupboards and a wash basin.

    POTENTIAL OFFICE / BEDROOM WITH WC (approx 13.3m2) - with stone walls, wood panelling to the ceiling and a WC.

    LOUNGE / DINING ROOM / OPEN KITCHEN (approx 50m2) - the lounge features a wood-burning fire set in a granite surround with a thick wood beam below an attractive stone chimney breast and wood panelling to the ceiling. A patio door provides access to the rear of the property. The fitted kitchen is in solid oak with its storage cupboards and drawers, a fridge, an extractor fan, a tiled worktop with a tiled wall surround, a pantry cupboard to the side and a serving bar separating it from the main lounge area. There is a connection for a gas cooker (fed by gas bottles, as in often the case in rural France) and a socket for an electric cooker to be installed as required.

    The staircase in wood in the centre of the lounge includes an under-stairs storage cupboard and leads to the first floor accommodation:

    BEDROOM 1 (approx 19.4m2) - with a linoleum floor covering and decorated in pastel shades with a wallpaper border below ceiling level, an electric radiator and a TV aerial socket.

    BEDROOM 2 (approx 10m2) - with a linoleum floor covering, an electric radiator and decorated in pastel shades.

    BEDROOM 3 / OFFICE (approx 5.8m2) - decorated in pastel shades with a linoleum floor covering and an electric radiator.

    SHOWER ROOM (approx 4.8m2) - very nicely tiled to the walls and to the floor with a shower, a wash basin with shelf and a heated towel rail.

    SEPARATE WC - approx 2m2.

    LOFT - a fold-down ladder provides access to the boarded-out loft which offers around 26m2 of storage space above a height of 1.8m with additional space below this figure.


    Please see the principal photo from the rear of the main house:

    The adjoining building to the left is the old cow barn with a floor space of 82m2 with a loft of a similar size and could be converted (subject to planning permission) to substantially enhance the existing living accommodation to create, for example, an additional very large lounge and / or bedroom accommodation for family / guests / paying guests. An access door between this barn and the main house has been blocked up but could easily be re-opened.

    To the left of the cow barn, adjoining at a right-angle is a further store of approximately 20m2, hitherto used for storing wood and behind that is the large hangar of some 400m2.

    To right of the house is a large open hay-barn with a boarded-out loft area. This offers further substantial storage space or could be adapted as stables etc. Our photographs shows a further unit to the right of the barn, this being the garage which is accessed from the front of the property.

    In front of the house, alongside the country lane there is a further old stone-built animal 'barn' which is divided into five separate units, each with its own door. Re-roofed in recent years and with a concrete floor, the size of these units varies between 5m2 and 10m2.

    The roof of the main house is in good condition.


    Both the north Brittany coast and the large town of Guingamp (with its high-speed TGV train service to Paris and beyond) are within easy reach of the by car, each being just 22km / 14 miles away.

    Off Road Parking
    Double Glazing
    With Outbuildings
    With land for horses and stables
    Stone Built With Outbuildings For Renovation
    Wood-Burning Stove
    Stone fireplace
    Open views

    The department of Cotes d'Armor is the northern most department in the Region of Brittany, with the English Channel to the north, Ille-et-Vilaine to the east, Morbihan to the south and Finistere to the west it is a sunshine gem.

    The picturesque Émeraude Coast looks north to the English Channel and is packed with charming seaside resorts and old fishing villages. Most of the towns of the interior were founded in the Middle Ages. The department's southern half is crossed by the Noires Mountains that run west to east with rivers emptying to the south into the Bay of Biscay and to the north into the Channel.

    Along the coast, fishing was once important but is now secondary to the cultivation of fruit, oats, potatoes and wheat and of course tourism.

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