3 Bed House for sale

Kerpert, Cotes-d'Armor, Brittany, France

£147,184

 [€168,540]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Features

  • Outbuildings: Yes
  • External Feature: Ideal for Horses
  • Living Space M2: 95
  • Land M2: 34,410
  • Location: Countryside
  • Location Description: Great Location
  • Outbuildings: Yes
  • External Feature: Ideal for Horses

Full Description

Stone Built 3 Bedroom House with 3.9 Hectares of Land, Stables and Outbuildings set in a Countryside Hamlet.

We are pleased to offer for sale this 19th century renovated stone house teeming with character, with outbuildings and equestrian facilities set in a country hamlet around 10km (6.5 miles) from the village of Bourbriac and 40km (25 miles) from the beaches on the north coast of Brittany.

It features a substantial outbuilding which has been partially converted and adapted for residential use and a further outbuilding offering storage space, as well as three boxes for equestrian use alongside a paddock and with substantial grazing land included.

The main house is south-facing and offers three bedrooms (including one en-suite) and also features a barn / garage with a traditional wood-burning oven offering several possibilities.

Set in rural Brittany, this property offers the opportunity to discover the quiet life and would be ideal for someone looking for a country house with facilities for horses or other animals.

SUMMARY:

Ground floor: an open lounge / dining kitchen, an en-suite bedroom and a back kitchen which can serve as a garage.

First floor: two bedrooms and a bathroom.

Heating: traditional granite fireplace, double glazing throughout (except for one small, upstairs landing window), a wood-burning oven in the back kitchen / garage and electric radiators in the upstairs bedrooms.

Outside: a large two-floor outbuilding partially developed into habitable accommodation with a separate store / laundry room, a second outbuilding for storage, a paddock including three horse boxes and a hangar, substantial grazing land.

Taxe Fonciere for 2016: 800 euros a year.

Taxe d'Habitation : 500 euros a year.

IN DETAIL:

LOUNGE / DINING ROOM / KITCHEN (approx 36.4m2) - the main living area features a traditional 19th century lounge with a tiled floor and large granite fireplace. It opens into the dining kitchen area, where you'll find storage cupboards, drawers and shelving in attractive wood. The electric cooker including oven can be left for the purchaser if required.

BEDROOM 1, EN-SUITE (approx 15.3m2) - bright and airy thanks to a patio door which provides access to an outdoor terrace. This bedroom has a tiled floor and walls painted in yellow and white. The en-suite offers a shower, a wash basin and a WC.

BACK KITCHEN / GARAGE - this traditional French 'back kitchen' with its concrete floor and insulation has also been fitted with garage doors and includes a wood-burning traditional oven with hot-plates, so provides several possibilities for use and also provides a source of heat.

The staircase to the first floor is in solid oak and the flooring of the upstairs accommodation is parquet throughout with the exception of the bathroom, which has a tiled floor. The landing area has sufficient space to accommodate a small desk.

FIRST FLOOR:

BEDROOM 2 (approx 16.7m2) - bright and airy with two south- facing windows. This bedroom features ceiling beams, is decorated in white and mauve and includes a fitted cupboard with shelf and hanging space and an electric radiator.

BEDROOM 3 (approx 9.4m2) - this bedroom is also south-facing and has ceiling beams, walls painted in white and a substantial wall-unit in wood along one wall, with cupboards, bookshelves and a glass-fronted display unit. An electric radiator is also fitted.

BATHROOM (approx 3.5m2) - with ceiling beams, a tiled floor and partial tiling to the walls, the bathroom features a bath with over-bath shower, a wash basin, a WC, a towel rail, a mirror and corner shelving.

LOFT - the loft has glass wool insulation and is boarded-out , offering 10.2m2 of storage space above the recognised 'standing height' of 1.8m along with a good deal more space below that height.

OUTSIDE:

The pebbled courtyard in front of the property and its outbuildings is accessed by a double gate in wood and offers space to park several cars. The tiled roof of the house is in good condition and a satellite dish is in place.

MAIN OUTBUILDING - built in stone, the ground floor accommodation features ceiling beams, a concrete floor with an area in the region of 50m2, a WC and a lockable room used as a wine cellar. It has a double-glazed entrance door and the internal walls are painted with a recognised hemp-based insulation material. It is divided into two separate rooms and also includes a wood-burning stove, an original stone trough, has an electricity supply, a cooker and a sink. On the first floor you'll find two rooms with a combined floor space of around 38m2 above the acknowledged standing height of 1.8m with additional space below that height. Overall this building presents an excellent opportunity to further develop it into supplementary accommodation or a rentable gite to provide an income. At the end of the building and forming part of it is a separate room which acts as a laundry room and provides storage space. It has a concrete floor of around 11m2 and includes the plumbing for a washing machine.

SECOND OUTBUILDING - this former bread oven is constructed in stone and features the original beams. It provides storage space of around 18m2.

PADDOCK - the enclosed paddock includes stables for three horses and a hangar.

There is substantial additional grazing land in three separate areas included within the land title.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Some of the bedroom furniture is available to the purchaser, subject to negotiation.

FERRY PORTS AND AIRPORTS:

- Roscoff ferry port (serving Plymouth and Cork) - 98km / 61 miles.
- Saint Malo ferry port (serving Portsmouth and Jersey) - 131km / 82 miles.
- Dinard airport - 116km / 73 miles.
- Brest airport - 120km / 75 miles.
- Rennes airport - 144km / 90 miles.

Garage
Off Road Parking
Double Glazing
Rural
With Outbuildings
With land for horses and stables
Stone Built With Outbuildings For Renovation
Wood-Burning Stove
Includes A Guest Gite
Stone fireplace

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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