16th Century stone house , Côtes-d'Armor, Brittany
This beautiful property is the oldest in the village, dating back to 1643. It has lovingly restored by the current owners and has electric heaters, a log burner, courtyard garden, mains drainage, parking and is a few yards from the centre of the village. The property is being sold furnished. Ground Floor Entrance Hall 4.30m x 1.40m This stunning 17th century, stone house, is entered from the front and directly into the entrance hall. It has a light oak coloured, wooden floor, an electric heater, stairs leading to the first floor and doors to all rooms on this floor. Reception 4.80m x 2.80m To the right is the reception room. It has a light oak coloured, wooden floor, double glazed window to the front, electric heater and includes the furniture. Kitchen 4.70m x 2.60m To the left is the fully fitted kitchen. It has a light oak coloured, wooden floor, log burner, electric heater and a double glazed window to the front. WC 1.70m x 1.20m Under the stairs is a small washroom with WC and room for the washing machine. There is also some storage space here. First Floor Bedroom 4.90m x 3.60m The wooden staircase leads to the first floor. There are two bedrooms here and a bathroom. The first room to the left is a double bedroom. It has an electric heater, exposed beams, a double glazed window to the front and it is carpeted throughout. Bathroom 2.60m x 1.60m To the right is the bathroom. It has a bath with shower, WC, washbasin, exposed beams and a vinyl floor. Bedroom 3.40m x 3.00m The last room on this floor is the second double bedroom. It has a double glazed window, electric heater, exposed beams and is carpeted throughout. Bedroom 4.20m x 3.80m The wooden staircase continues up to the second floor. This is the loft space that has been turned into a large bedroom and shower room. The bedroom has three, velux windows, exposed beams and it is carpeted throughout. Shower Room 1.70m x 1.40m The final room is the second bathroom. It has a shower, WC, washbasin, heated towel rail and a white ceramic floor. Garden The garden is to the front and side of the property. It is a large courtyard with no grass, so very easy to look after and maintain. It has a pagoda and seating area which is south facing as well as room for parking. The roof was done in the last 3-4 years, so still fairly new and there is also a well in the garden. Overview This is a superb 17th century house in a great location. It has mains drainage, double glazing, a log burner and courtyard garden. It would be a perfect lock up and leave holiday home, with very little maintenance needed. It sits on the edge of the town centre, so the local bar, shop, restaurant, pharmacy and post office are few metres down the road. The village also has a wonderful lake with botanic Chinese water gardens.