Set in the countryside, but within walking distance of a typical Breton village, a superb "family sized" abode. The property is officially classed as a Chateau, as it was built on the site of a glorious XVth century chateau that was destroyed at the Revolution. It is more of a manor house than a chateau though.
It comprises of two halves, the original "chateau" which offers an entrance hall with original feature staircase, a large lounge with high ceilings and fireplace, a dining room which due to its size would be best referred to as a breakfast room, the original kitchen with fireplace and stone floor. Then upstairs you have the landing, a large master bedroom with dressing room, bathroom with toilet and a second bedroom.
In the 1980's the property was extended and now also offers an entrance hall, large lounge with beamed ceiling and fireplace, downstairs bathroom and separate toilet. To the far end is an unfinished room which was planned to become the new kitchen, but remains a blank canvas, I personally would see it as a study. Upstairs are three decent sized bedrooms, and prevision for a shower room and separate toilet.
Outside and to the front of the property is a gravelled courtyard and an open garage for three cars. To the rear is the walled gardens on two levels and with two small stone outbuildings, the rest of the land is made up of grazing and woodland. There is the possibility of purchasing a further 75 acres of woodland at additional cost if you wish.