Charming country home

PRICE: EUR €126,900

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In a quiet spot in the countryside, within a warm and welcoming hamlet, this is a charming stone house with south-facing terrace overlooking a beautiful 1029m2 site with well and asphalt driveway. boasting an entrance hall/alcove with, on one side, an expansive lounge with a beautiful granite fireplace and marble flooring, and, on the other, an expansive room with kitchenette and a toilet. a beautiful wooden staircase with handrail leads to, on the upper floor, a landing room leading to two l

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In a quiet spot in the countryside, within a warm and welcoming hamlet, this is a charming stone house with south-facing terrace overlooking a beautiful 1029m2 site with well and asphalt driveway.
Boasting an entrance hall/alcove with, on one side, an expansive lounge with a beautiful granite fireplace and marble flooring, and, on the other, an expansive room with kitchenette and a toilet. A beautiful wooden staircase with handrail leads to, on the upper floor, a landing room leading to two large bedrooms with wardrobe and a bathroom. Oak flooring. There is a stone lean-to shed with exposed beams and a small boiler room. Above is an attic to be converted if desired. Just 5 km from Pluvigner, and 10 minutes from Landévant and Languidic, this is a beautiful opportunity to develop this forward-designed house according to your needs. A must-see asap!
Nearby Lorient is a commune and a seaport in the Morbihan department in Brittany in north-western France. This town of art and history has a rich and fascinating cultural heritage and maritime history. Beginning around 3000 BC, settlements in area of Lorient are attested by the presence of megalithic architecture. Ruins of Roman roads confirm Gallo-Roman presence. Playing a strategic role in the battle or the Atlantic and heavily bombed during WW2, the city was rebuilt in the architectural style of the 50's and 60's. Each year in August since 1970, Lorient hosts the Festival interceltique, bringing together artists from all the Celtic world (Brittany, Cornwall, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Galicia, Asturias, Australia, Acadia and Isle of Man). The railway station provides daily trains to Paris and the Lorient airport offers flights to Paris-Orly and Lyon.
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