A rural setting for this manor house project, set in the countryside of Plessala, between the towns of Lamballe and Loudeac. The property comprises of the manor house itself, which in turn comprises of three distinct sections; the outbuildings which form a courtyard and 1,75 acres of land (although some more land is possible). The property dates back to the 18th century, but the site seems to date back to the Gallo-Roman period.
The manor itself could be considered liveable, but will need some work in our opinion to make it so. At present it comprises of an entrance hall, large kitchen and a lounge with fireplace. On the first floor the landing gives access to the 4 bedrooms, the bathroom and a toilet. Full loft above.
Adjoining this is the second half of the manor with a similar set up as the first, but this time for a complete renovation. Then to the other end are the old stables on two floors and of a similar size as the manor itself. The main accommodation has PVC double glazing and the whole building's roof is in good order.
Then to one side is the large L shaped barn comprising of the old pigsties, hay barn and stables. To the rear is an old barn which was originally attached to the house itself. The outbuildings are in poor condition, but could be renovated. The whole property could make a super 'live-in" project, the time to bring back all the features and glory to the property.