REDUCED in price - Located in the countryside, stone property, with a potential of over 200m² of living space on a plot of almost 7000m² with a building part . Detached house consisting of a central part and 2 wings, all facing south with open views of park (ground floor, entrance hall, kitchen, living room with fireplace, stone living room, pantry, a room of 48m² to arrange. First floor, 4 rooms not with sloping ceilings, Shower room, big attic PVC joinery with electric shutters. Oil Central Heating. Self-sufficiency a possibility. Outbuilding. May be suitable owners of horses because possibility purchase meadow very close to the house.
The house built in stone, covered in natural slate roof (currently 146m² habitable):
Ground floor: entrance hall (16m²), fitted kitchen and utility room (about 18m²), living room with parquet floor (24.5m²), lounge in the left wing with bar, beams, interior wall apparent stone (20.5m²).
In the other wing: cellar-boiler room (boiler fuel oil) and room of 48m² to arrange with door window 3 leaves in the south.
First floor: landing on parquet flooring, 4 non-attic rooms, of which 3 exposed South (2 of 9m² and 2 of 13m²).
Above: large attic above the room of 48m².
Workshop of approx. 30m² after the room of 48m².
Garage in stone and board (about 30m²).
Courtyard, parkland plot with mature planning, meadow in bottom (building).
The department of Ille-et-Vilaine is the oldest in Brittany with gentle rolling countryside, forests, dunes and marshes to the north. The English Channel is to the north, Lower Normandy to the east, Pays de la Loire to the east and south, Morbihan and Cotes-d’Armor to the west.
Ille-et-Vilaine’s coastline heads westward from Mont-Saint-Michel to an estuary 5 miles west of Dinard and includes the rocky Cote d’Émeraude and the Rance River estuary where the towns of Saint-Malo and Dinard are located.
Rennes, the department’s capital, is located centrally and is situated on the Ille et Rance Canal which connects the north flowing Rance river with the Vilaine river that flows south-westerly into the Atlantic.
Oysters are still cultivated along the coast near Cancale but as the fishing industry has declined, the coastal resorts have become important tourist destinations.
Also, don’t forget to visit the Saturday morning market in the medieval town of Fougères.
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