Stunning historic Manoir with 4 acres of land and 50 acres of woodland, Morbihan, Brittany
€395,625 [convert]

4 2 155m2


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Key Features

Property Type: Character Property
Number of bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
WCs: 3
Receptions: 2
France Property Shop ID: 556085
Reference: LBVImmo992

Property Description

This fabulous Manor house is situated near the River Blavet and close to the historic town of Hennebont. It sits in grounds of over 50 acres, with woodland, fields and gardens. This historic former Manor house originally built in 1620, with a chapel and barns then built in 1636. There are still a couple of rooms to renovate and there is a fantastic project to completely convert the barn to gites or into another property completely.

This would suit someone with either the dream of having a small holding, and or converting and running gites or bed and breakfast.

The Manor house is approached from a country road, and has a large circular flower border in front of the main house with a gravel entrance driveway. There are 2 main doors into the house, either entering into the living room through a stone arched doorway or the hallway door which goes through to the kitchen.

Living room 7.80m x 5.70m (25' 7" x 18' 8") Entering through a stone doorway with a double glazed door into a beautiful large stone walled room, with original beams and grand fireplace. There is a small stone doorway which you can see beside the fireplace, which has been filled in but still can see the character. It would lead through to the chapel or cave. There are 2 double glazed PVC windows, tiled flooring and doors to kitchen and bureau. The stone spiral staircase leads to the first floor.

Bureau 4.20m x 2.50m (13' 9" x 8' 2") Entered through the door from the lounge and has a window (now looking into the hangar) and formerly a doorway through to the hangar which is now blocked up.

Kitchen/Dining room 6.10m x 2.90m (20' x 9' 6") A lovely bright kitchen with modern units above and below with worktop at one end, and dining area by the window out onto the courtyard. This kitchen is accessed from the living room and also via the entrance hall.

Ground floor Bedroom 4.60m x 2.80m (15' 1" x 9' 2") Through a door at the end of the kitchen, is a light double bedroom with window facing the garden, with high ceilings giving it that airy feel.

Entrance hallway 2.60m x 1.70m (8' 6" x 5' 7") From the courtyard, this entrance accesses the kitchen, utility and downstairs cloakroom and has a PVC double glazed door, and tiled flooring.

Cloakroom 2.60m x 0.80m (8' 6" x 2' 7") Accessed from the entrance hallway, consists of wc and hand basin.

Utility room 3.50m x 2.50m (11' 6" x 8' 2") This room has a double glazed window to the side garden, and has plumbing for a washing machine, has the hot water tank, and also a built in shower unit.

First floor

Staircase This is a beautiful stone walled, wooden balustrade spiral staircase with feature window halfway up, leading onto a landing area with velux window to rear and stone archway into each bedroom area. Cellar 4.40m x 3.70m (14' 5" x 12' 2") This room is situated on the ground floor, at the corner of the two buildings, having a doorway from courtyard, entering into a room which used to originally be a chapel. It has a doorway through to the living room which has now been sealed up, but could be reopened. There are 4 small alcoves in the back wall and the ceiling is vaulted. There is also a small window to the side.

Boiler room 5.10m x 5.10m (16' 9" x 16' 9") Situated next to the cellar, entered through a small stone arched doorway, this room houses the multi fuel boiler, heating oil and wood. The window is to the front and there is a door through to the hangar which currently has the chicken pens.

Chicken shed 8.50m x 21.00m (27' 11" x 68' 11") A large interior chicken shed, situated at the rear of the barns,with fenced runs. The current owner raises chickens for egg production. It has a corrugated roof covering, with entrances at either end. Outside there are another 2 large areas of chicken runs.

Barn for completion

Ground floor of barn 13.30m x 5.10m (43' 8" x 16' 9") The ground floor of this huge barn, is currently used as storage. It has a stone wall interior with 2 windows to the front courtyard and a sliding garage door for access. The staircase to the first floor is at the rear of the building.

There are plans for the barn to be converted into 3 gites, but permission was never sought. The plans can be available if interested.

First floor of barn 19.50m x 5.20m (64' x 17' 1") This first floor has a concrete floor, with a new roof and gables. There are 4 windows facing the courtyard, an original fireplace at one end and stairs to the ground floor. A small door connects through to the main house into the un-renovated part.

Garage 5.50m x 3.50m (18' 1" x 11' 6") A large stone built lean-to, open to the front, which is currently used for the car.

Rear of property

Hangar 20.00m x 6.50m (65' 7" x 21' 4") Large open ended hangar, situated at the rear of the main property. Corrugated roofing and sides. Ideal for storage. There is a area which is sectioned off as a workshop with a stone cellar at the rear.

Garden The grounds of the property exceed 55 acres and about 50 acres is woodland (available separately), which go down and follow the curve of the River Blavet. The garden has a formal area to the side and front, which is laid to lawn and flower borders, and to the rear is a very large vegetable plot. The rest is mainly grassland, which allows wonderful views of the countryside.

The beaches of the southern coast at Port Louis, Lamor Plage or for the surfing, Guidel Plage are only 30 minutes away.

Ideally located near to Lorient for airport and links to motorways. The ports of Roscoff and St Malo and Rennes and Dinard airports are all about 2 hours away.


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