Set of 100m2 spread over 3 levels. On the ground floor, 36m2 room with fireplace and granite crockery, Côtes-d'Armor, Brittany
Choice for a main, secondary or gites, half farmhouse in stone and late 19th century land, undergoing renovation, 10mins from Dinan in the town of Pluaudan. Set of 100m2 spread over 3 levels. On the ground floor, 36m2 room with fireplace and granite crockery. 1st floor, 34m2 room with new floors and exposed beams. 2nd floor, room of 30m2 in the attic with skylight. Non-renovated outbuildings of around 180m2 on three levels as well. Full south exposure, enclosed grounds of 400m2 with a well that can be connected to the house. Sanitation to be provided, right of way under the porch. Fees charged to the seller Sales agent Sextant France - Jean-Baptiste Ruyters agent based in DINAN - 06 26 60 52 66 - More information on www.sextantfrance.fr ref. 14907 Fees charged to seller Commercial agent Dinan is without doubt one of the most attractive and best preserved small towns in Brittany. With its 1.8 mile (3km)-long ramparts, half-timbered houses, attractive port and cobbled streets filled with art galleries and craft shops, it's worth a day of anyone's time. The most attractive part of Dinan is arguably its port, which is where you'll arrive if you take a boat from Dinard or Saint-Malo. The quay is lined with old stone houses, many of which are now waterside restaurants and chandlers' shops. Take a walk along the old towpath or cross the 15th-century stone bridge to Lanvallay to find out about life on the river in the Maison de la Rance discovery centre. Wherever you are, you won't miss the 131ft (40m)-high viaduct. From the port, make your way up the steep Rue du Petit-Fort, which was Dinan's main point of access until the 18th century. This cobbled hill with its half-timbered houses appears on many a postcard have a browse in the arts and crafts shops. Dinan has been designated a Ville d'Art et d'Histoire (Town of Art and History) and the town is filled with artists, sculptors, engravers, bookbinders, glassblowers and more. Dinan's old town is a warren of narrow streets where it appears that time has stood still. The quaintest part is Place des Merciers where you'll find the best examples of the town's half-timbered houses just opposite is the pedestrianised Rue de la Cordonnerie, also known as ‘thirsty street' as it has nine bars. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Jean-Baptiste Ruyters, please fill in the form below.