Just a short drive from the market town of Guémené sur Scorff, a great example of what a NeoBreton house can be! Built in 1974 with granite facing on the front wall and main end wall, the property almost feels like a modern day manor house.
It offers on the ground floor: entrance hall with solid staircase up, a large and bright dual aspect lounge with beamed ceiling and antique granite feature fireplace, then you have a fitted kitchen, large study, downstairs bedroom, second lounge open onto the veranda, which in turn looks out over the garden; as well as a downstairs bathroom and separate toilet. Upstairs it has a large mezzanine/landing area, 5 decent sized bedrooms and a family shower room with toilet. In the lower level, you have a bright workshop area with tiled floor, an equally large storage area, a wine cellar and a garage.
The property sits on 8897m² of land which is over 2 acres of entirely enclosed gardens with no overlooking neighbours. In which you will find a carport, a brand new garden shed, old feature fountain and a small natural spring in one corner.