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COTES D'ARMOR.Between ST. BRIEUC and LOUDEAC. Stunning manor house with 4 cottages 2 acres and a heated pool
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COTES D'ARMOR.Between ST. BRIEUC and LOUDEAC. Stunning manor house with 4 cottages 2 acres and a heated pool
Situated in an attractive hamlet, not far from the popular town of Quintin - mid-way between St. Brieuc and Loudeac is this modern-day manor house with an additional 4 letting cottages/gites, over two acres of attractive private wooded garden with dual gates, tarmacked drives and a heated pool. The manor itself was a labour of love for the previous owners who hand built-it themselves around 1985 combining modern techniques and a whole variety of recuperated antique materials, as well as bespoke doors and windows. The property now offers you on the ground floor a very large double reception room with fireplace & library, a spacious fitted kitchen with breakfast/dining area, an attractive entrance hall, cloakroom, large hand built staircase. On the first floor you have a large corridor with a selection of antique storage wardrobes. 4 spacious bedrooms each one with its own private bathroom, a fifth bedroom with a mezzanine and small shower-room. All the room have unique period furniture and fittings. Below the entire surface of the manor is a sous-sol (Cellar) This houses the boiler, oil tanks, pantry, extensive storage and a garage that would accommodated 4-5 cars. Attached to this and communicating at two points is currently the owners cottage, comprising of a recently fitted L shaped kitchen diner, utility room, large entrance hall, lounge with fireplace and French doors onto a private garden area, glazed office and cloak room. Upstairs you have a corridor, a first bedroom with a discreet shower room, a second bedroom with wash basin, a family bathroom and a large walk-in cupboard. Across the tarmacked courtyard is the longère which is divided into three distinct cottages and a garage. The first holiday cottage offers an entrance hall, large lounge/diner with fireplace, spacious kitchen with scullery, downstairs toilet. Then upstairs you have a landing, three decent sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second cottage offers a large lounge/diner with galley kitchen to one side, a downstairs bathroom and a laundry. Then upstairs you have a large mezzanine sleeping area, two bedrooms, one of which is accessed by an antique sculpted door. Second toilet on this level. This cottage has an attractive Tudor appearance. Between the cottages is (on the ground floor) a massive double garage come workshop with double doors. This could be converted to further accommodation or a games/indoor sauna area? Above this and accessed by a private stone staircase is the 4 cottage which offers an entrance hall, open plan lounge/diner with fitted kitchen, 3 double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate toilet. The whole property sits in over 2 acres of wooded private garden, completely enclosed with 3 separate entrance gates (one for the cottages, one for the manor and a third on for access to the land of an adjoining farm track). There is also the heated pool with security fencing and brand-new heat pump. A children's play area and a large hangar which is used as a workshop/wood store. From the house there are some spectacular walks to the nearby lake. This four-kilometer stretch of water is very popular for its fishing area and water sports. It is divided into two large sections. A quite spectacular dam that provides a waterfall. There are seasonal restaurants/café, making this an ideal venue for visitors/guests to the property. This property has massive income potential not only from the Manoir, gite/cottage rentals but also it is ideally situated and equipped for wedding venues or conferences. Additional photographs showing the marquees etc. are available on request. A rare opportunity to purchase a spectacular property at a superb price. Any questions please ask! It needs to be seen to appreciate the outstanding potential and value for money.
628 000 € whose 4.67% TTC of fees
MORBIHAN. Near Guémené sur Scorff. A neogothic manor house in a village with 13 acres
Centre of village
This beautiful property is located in the heart of a medieval hilltop village, with 4 bedrooms spread over 4 levels. All the windows and doors are double glazed and there is a very efficient fuel fired central heating systems with radiators throughout the property. There is a large covered terrace (51m2) that is accessed via the sitting room and kitchen providing the ever important outside space and giving an interesting view of the village and the countryside beyond. The whole ground floor is currently used as an office space but with 4 different access doors this versatile space has been well thought out and can be integrated to be part of the home, become an independent apartment, shop or exhibition space and even part of the space to become a garage. Ground floor Office space (through arched entrance) 42,72m2 connecting to Office space (39,92m2) Leading to storage room or 2nd entrance (13,39m2) House entrance hall (15,04m2) WC with hand basin (2m2) Stairs to mid level: Shower room with WC and hand basin (4,26m2) Laundry room (10,62m2) Stairs to 1st floor, totally glazed either side of staircase Fully equipped kitchen (19,55m2), door to terrace Sitting room (33m2) door to terrace Terrace (53,30m2) Covered terrace with south East facing views, with chimney for bbq Stairs to 2nd floor Landing Bedroom 1 (13,37m2) with built in wardrobe, back of house Bed room 2 (13,65m2) with built in wardrobe, front of house Bedroom 3 (14,38m2) with built in wardrobe, front of house Shower room with hand basin (4,58m2) Separate WC (2,69m2) Top Floor Large room (28,03m2) used as an occasional bedroom with 2 velux windows Mains drainage Taxe foncière 2,000 euros per year ADSL available (15mgbs) 1 hour to Toulouse Airport, 1h20 to Bergerac Airport, 45 mins to Agen (TGV) A super versatile house in the heart of a village that is listed as one of France's most beautiful villages.
630 000 € whose 5% TTC of fees
TARN ET GARONNE NEAR MONTAIGU DE QUERCY Old Presbytery With 4 Bedrooms, Beautiful Views, 515 M2 Garden
Virtual video walk round available on request A very pretty presbytery in a small hamlet between Roquecor and Montaigu de Quercy. This lovely stone house has plenty of charm with a courtyard garden and wonderful valley views. The house benefits from oil fired central heating as well as a large wood burning stove in the sitting room. Ground floor Entrance hall (15m2) - traditional hallway from front to the back door Sitting room (28m2) with double aspect windows, large fireplace with wood burning stove Sunny kitchen (15m2) with breakfast area Bathroom (7m2) with bath, hand basin and WC Old elm staircase to : First Floor Landing (16m2) Master bedroom (20m2 )with double aspect windows over garden and side, ensuite shower room (6m2) with large shower WC and hand basin Bedroom 2 (15m2) window over garden Shower room with WC (6m2) Bedroom 3 (12m2) middle bedroom currently used as a study window over garden Stair case to attic Attic bedroom (25m2) with velux windows Storage Outside Courtyard garden with sun terrace and rose covered pergola (515m2), Small vegetable garden Garage large garage with workshop and door to back garden ADSL available 5.5 mgbs Septic tank Tax fonciere 873 euros per year Just a few minutes to the market village of Montaigu de Quercy for all commerce. 80 mins to Toulouse airport, 1 hr to Bergerac airport, 35 mins to Agen (TGV).
212 000 € whose 6% TTC of fees
QUERCY- Near Bourg De Visa - House With 3 Bedrooms, Garage And Small Garden
This 3 bedroom stone house is located in a very small historic village just 10 minutes drive from Bourg de Visa. The current owners have renovated the property to provide 3 good sized bedrooms, 3 shower rooms, a large kitchen with a back door to a covered terrace. The attached garage offers enough space to park a car as well as space for a workshop. The windows are all double glazed, the ceilings are all insulated and there are 3 wood stoves. Ground floor Bright living room (21.84m2) with 2 south-facing windows, high ceilings, tiled floor. Godin wood stove (14kw) Door to the garage Corridor (8.47m2) Living room (13.71m2) with wood stove and staircase leading to bedroom 3 Office (9.98m2) Large kitchen (27.21m2) with window to front, rear door to the covered terrace, wood stove. Stairs leading to bedroom 1 Shower room (2.62m2) with WC, sink and shower First floor Master bedroom (24.55m2), with high ceilings, velux window and small square window, parquet floor Shower room (5.06m2) with shower, sink and WC Bedroom 2 (8.95m2) with high ceilings Bedroom 3 (13.20m2) with high ceilings, access to the mezzanine Shower room (3.71m2) with shower, sink and WC Garage Adjoining the house is a garage with double doors, enough space to park a car as well as the workshop space. Door to living room Doors to utility room Laundry room Good space for all washing machines as well as additional storage for fridge and freezer, door to windward terrace and garden Outside Pretty gardens with double gate and pedestrian door, lawn and flowers, South exposure Garden side, grassy could be a vegetable garden Backyard garden with large terrace and windward (35m2) A pretty house in a small historic village (at the time The Jack of Diamonds came to the village). 70 minutes from Toulouse international airport, 1h20 from Bergerac airport, 40 minutes from Agen (TGV) Tax fonciere 566 euros per year. Tax habitation 621 euros per year High speed VDSL Septic tank
137 800 € whose 6% TTC of fees
MORBIHAN, near Pontivy. Manor Farmhouse, Outbuildings For Development And 7 Hecatres
MORBIHAN, near Pontivy. Manor Farmhouse, Outbuildings For Development And 7 Hecatres
Set in the countryside between Pontivy and Guemene s/Scorff, in the commune of Guern, is this glorious group of character buildings including a manor-farmhouse dating back to 1664, nine outbuildings in various states of repair and 7 hectares of grounds. The main house dates back to 1664 and is a lovely example of what we call a 'manoir-ferme' built of masoned stone and with plenty of original features. The lower section of the house is fully renovated and offers a large open plan kitchen diner with fireplace, then there are two bedrooms and a shower room above. The taller section is 90% finished and offers a lounge on the ground floor, a large room that would make a great master bedroom, a half finished ensuite bathroom, and then another large room above that could make another great bedroom. The large arched doorway gives onto a room with granite paved floor and would make a great entrance hall. At the entrance to the estate, there is a group of buildings comprising of 2 small farmhouses and a barn, all in masoned stone and dating from around 1719, to be fully renovated. Opposite the house is a large stone barn, currently in use as a workshop and a small house still in masoned stone, but with a good roof and concrete floor. Behind the workshop is another masoned stone longere comprising of 2 old dwellings, one with a roof in good condition, the other without and another barn without roof To the side of the manor house is an old cider cellar, currently used for storing firewood, a boiler room and with a nice well in front. Also on the land is a concrete based hanger of around 800m²
371 000 € whose 6% TTC of fees
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