- Ref. DN-722
- 4 bedrooms
- 210 m²
- 346,500 €
Situated in a large hamlet in the commune of Campénéac, on the edge of the Broceliande Forest (home of the French Arthurian Legend), is this gorgeous renovated Breton farmhouse with three outbuildings and 2 ½ acres of grounds.
The house itself offers you on the ground floor, a very large kitchen/diner with patio doors out to the garden, a lounge with beamed ceiling and feature fireplace, then you have a corridor which gives access to the down stairs bedroom (currently used as a study), a shower room with twin sink and in-floor shower, separate toilet and a dressing room. Upstairs you have a landing, a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, a separate toilet, family bathroom and two further bedrooms.
Perpendicular to the house is an old barn which presently houses the boiler for the central heating, this could easily be transformed into additional accommodation. On the other side of the private courtyard is a low, long barn which houses the original pig pens and the bread oven, and to one end is the well. A bit further on you have the closed hangar which makes a great garage/workshop.
The land breaks down into different areas, to start with is a small parking area just off the road, then the courtyard, the gardens, a small copse of trees and a small paddock.