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Author: Anne Moss (Page 1 of 21)

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We offer this well cared for 3-bedroom two bath Neo-Breton home laid out over 3 floors. 22160 Callac

Listed at 184,500€ including agency fees of (4,500 € 2.5%) Located in the market town of Callac.

This well cared for 3-bedroom two bath Neo-Breton home laid out over three floors. The property benefits from central heating, featured log burner, double glazing, garage with workshop and summer kitchen, large wood terrace with Pergola, good sized garden plot all enclosed total plot size is 1115m². With Polytunnel and raised vegetable garden and garden shed.
The property is located on a minor road the entrance to property via double gates leading down drive to the side staircase onto the lovely, raised terrace with brilliant views out over the well-maintained garden and countryside and village, from here you enter the main entrance hall.
About a 5-minute walk to the centre of the town, where you will find all your daily needs, doctors, dentist, vets, bars and restaurants, bakery, 2 grocery stores, chemist and even a cinema and train station, garden centre and builder’s merchant.
Wednesday is market day
Callac has its own train station with access to connections to Paris (3.5hrs).
The larger town of Carhaix is a 20-minute drive away with supermarkets, banks, and further amenities.
The larger towns of Guingamp and Carhaix can be reached within 20 minutes. The area is well known for its cycling where every June there is the La Pierre le Bigaut cycle race where there are over 7,500 cyclists.
The area is accessed easily from the ports at Roscoff and Saint Malo and the airports of Brest and Dinard. The North Brittany coast can be reached within 35 minutes where there are numerous, beaches and marinas making this area extremely attractive.

Ground floor:
Hallway – 6 m²
Ceramic flooring, radiator, built in storage, stairs down to the sous-sol, and doors leading to all rooms.

Kitchen / Dining room – 13 m²
The first room on the right you will find a fully fitted kitchen. With ceramic floor, double glazed windows to the front and side, ample cabinets and worktops, island with room for seating and storage, from here there is a door leading to the stairs to the first floor.

Living room – 30 m²
At the end of the entrance hall, you find a open planned reception/dining room. Wood flooring, two radiators, dual aspect double glazed windows to front and rear, featured Villager wood burner with back boiler, which is also linked into the central heating.

Bedroom 1 – 12 m²
Wood flooring, radiator, built-in-storage, window to rear.

Bathroom – 8 m²
Bath with shower attachment, washbasin, and vanity unit, a double-glazed window to the rear, ceramic flooring.

Separate WC

First floor:

Mezzanine – 16 m²
Currently been used as office space and storage. Has radiator, and doors leading to all rooms on this floor. Wood flooring.

Bedroom 2 -13 m²
To the right of the mezzanine is a bright double bedroom with a wood flooring, and a double-glazed window to the side. Plumbing for radiator.

Bedroom 3 -11 m²
To the left of the mezzanine is a bright double bedroom with a wood flooring, and a double-glazed window to the side, built in walk-in-wardrobe. Plumbing for radiator.

Shower room and WC – 7 m²
This large bathroom has corner shower enclosure, WC, washbasin and vanity unit, Velux window, heated towel rail, and a vinyl flooring

Door from Hallway leads down to the lower level, on this floor you will find three areas.

Garage two cars – 36 m²
The first is the large garage with concrete floor, double glazed window to the rear, sliding garage doors to front, ample room for storage, door leading to the rear terrace and garden.

Summer kitchen with laundry room and boiler room – 12 m²
This summer kitchen. fitted kitchen with room for appliances, a radiator, dual aspect, double glazed windows, and a small built-in room for the boiler. Plumbing for washer and dryer.

Workshop – 15 m²
Wood flooring, radiator, workbenches, two double glazed windows making this a bright room, storage, and it houses the system for the central heating/wood burner. Perfect for use as current usage or would make a great craft room.

The Garden is beautifully maintained by the current owners, and is completely enclosed, perfect for dogs and children. To the rear of the property there is a large rear decking with overhead cover, the garden is laid to lawn all the way round the house, with a large, grassed area to the rear with vegetable plot and polytunnel. Garden shed for your garden tools.

Looking for a smallholding, this is a must see 3 Bed Cottage with approximately 2 acres of land 22340 Mael Carhaix

Listed at 117,875 € including agency commission of 2.5% (3,875€)
Located just outside the village of Mael Carhaix, this darling stone cottage ready for someone to put their mark on. The property benefits from a large living room with wood burner, and eat in kitchen, three bedrooms, one situated on ground floor, on the first floor there is also a bathroom with WC and sink, plus a separate WC, laundry room. 
On the second floor there are two bright and airy bedrooms with views out to the garden and countryside and shower room with WC and sink.
The house also benefits from new electrics, double glazing, newly installed insulation and soon to be installed a new fosse septic system. The property sits south facing. Newer roofing on rear of property.
The property is in a small hamlet away from major road. Would make a great holiday home or permanent residence.
Easy access to main towns of Carhaix and Rostrenen which has all the major shops.  5 minutes to village of Mael Carhaix which has all the basic needs, Doctors, Dentist, Bakery, Restaurant, Florist, Bank, Post Office, Notaries, Chemist, 2 Garages. Market day Thursday.
The area is well known for walkers and cyclists’ paradise with many walks and mountain biking routes available, including the Gorges du Corong.
The beaches are with an hour to 45 minutes’ drive from the property. Access to the region from the UK is easy via the ports of Roscoff and St Malo and the airports of, Brest and Rennes.

Ground floor:

On entering the small, fenced area with gates to sides and field Infront you will find a covered entrance, leading to hallway with WC and doors to Living Room and Kitchen, original oak staircase to first floor.

Entrance – 7 m²

Tiled flooring, PVC glazed door, painted two tone wood paneling.

WC with washbasin

Living room – 18 m²

Tiled flooring, window to front, feature wood burner with surround, door to bedroom with small step down.

Kitchen / Dining room – 18 m²

Tiled flooring, dual aspects windows to front and side. ample space for large farmhouse style table and chairs, ample cabinets, and counter tops, with gas oven.

Bedroom – 18 m²

Located at the rear of the property, door to bathroom on this floor, French doors leading to rear garden area. Tiled flooring.

Integrated Garage area

What once was the attached garage is now used as a bathroom and toilet, and laundry room, Stairs to attic spaces both with Velux windows on each side, perfect for storage or office. Garage door is still in place leading to side garden area.

Bathroom and toilet

Exposed stone walls, bath with shower attachment, WC, and sink, hot water heater.

Laundry Room

With sink, countertop space room for washer and dryer, storage unit. exposed stone walls.

First floor:


Laminate flooring with original wood flooring below.

Shower room and WC – 3 m²

Tiled and wood panelling surround, small Velux window, shower cubical with WC and sink.

Bedroom 1 – 16 m²,

Exposed beams Dorma window to front with views out over the property, Fireplace closed.

Bedroom 2 – 15 m² 

Exposed beams Dorma window to front with views out over the property, Fireplace closed.


  • Hangar / Garage
  • Wooden dependances suitable for donkey’s, goats, sheep etc.
  • Additional Woodsheds currently used for chickens
  • Paddock
  • Wood
  • Well
  • Land – 7,470 m²

2 Bedroom stone cottage 22160 Plusquellec

Listed at 189,625€ including agency fees of 2.5% (3,635€).

Located in the commune of Plusquellec, this Chocolate Box house is situated just outside the village of Plusquellec and within 5 minutes of Callac.  The property is set back from main road gives this house a great outlook, not overlooked. The stoned property has been restored and extended.  The property consists of the ground floor a large living room/diner with large featured fire place with ample room for dining room table is located at the front of the property, and large eat in fully fitted kitchen to the rear with featured Rayburn woodstove, covered patio perfect for outdoor entertainment. Utility room with shower, WC.

 On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms with central mezzanine and bathroom. 

Also, on the property you will find a log cabin with coin kitchen, shower room perfect for family and friends currently used as snooker room, attached garden potting shed leading to courtyard garden with water feature with cascading waterfall from additional pond above, room to sit and read a book and enjoy the calm of the countryside.

From the courtyard there is a small track leading to a large workshop and covered storage area, with electricity and wood burner for the cold winter months, this area is laid to grass boarder is tree lined

At the end of the property closes to the house you will find the additional pond which feeds the water feature below

From the front of the house there is an additional piece of land approximately 800m2

And to the left of the property there is an additional wooden cabin used for storing wood, and a large paddock again tree lined.

The two tracks from the property are great for walking and is not used by cars.

 The house benefits from Double-Glazing, high-speed internet, conforming fosse septic and updated electrics, new roof.

The property is minutes from the centre of Callac that offers the usual facilities, doctors, pharmacy, banks, two supermarkets, restaurants and bakeries, shops, and a post office. There is also a cinema and the weekly market is held on a Wednesday morning. Access to train station (3.5 hrs to Paris!).

The larger town of Carhaix is a 20-minute drive away with supermarkets, banks, and further amenities.

The larger towns of Guingamp and Carhaix can be reached within 30 minutes. The area is well known for its cycling where every June there is the La Pierre le Bigaut cycle race where there are over 7,500 cyclists.

The area is accessed easily from the ports at Roscoff and Saint Malo and the airports of Brest and Dinard. The North Brittany coast can be reached within 35 minutes where there are numerous beaches and marinas making this area very attractive

Ground floor:

Kitchen / Dining room – 27 m²

Fully fitted kitchen, Rayburn wood stove which feeds the radiators throughout the house. Windows to rear, Door to Covered Patio, Gas Stove Oven, Dishwasher, integrated refrigerator and freezer. Tiled flooring and surround. Exposed beams. Opening to living room.

Living room – 44 m²

Windows to front and side, rear door to covered patio. Wood flooring, Door to front, open to kitchen.  Stairs to first floor, featured fireplace with wood burner. Stone exposed walls and beams.

Shower room and toilet with laundry room – 6 m²

Window to rear, tiled flooring, cubical shower, WC.  Fitted cabinets, ample counter tops with fitted sink, plumbed for washer and dryer.

First floor:

Mezzanine – 9 m²

Wood flooring, and labra walls, Velux window exposed beams, built in eves storage. Wood doors to bedrooms and bathroom. Perfect for additional TV room with fitted large screen TV to wall.  Raised area currently used as office area.

Bedroom 1 – 9 m²

Wood flooring, built in wardrobe, window to front, exposed beams.

Bedrooms 2 -11 m²

Wood flooring, built in wardrobe, window to front, exposed beams

Bathroom with bath, shower and toilet – 6 m²

Wood flooring, exposed beams, separate shower cubical, large corner garden tub with shower head. WC and sink with cabinet.  Door leading to storage and water heater window to side.


2 large wood cabins, one used as additional living accomodation with shower room, coin kitchen and wood burner, other used for wood storage.  Attached garden potting shed

Water feature consisting of 2 ponds with pump for water feature.  Additional small garden shed

Courtyard garden gravelled, 5 bar gate for access and additional gate as well.

Large workshop with electricity and wood burner for winter months, with an additional storage area with cover.



A beautiful and unique stone Bake House on the edge of a large village located in Brittany, St. Ouen la Roguery 35460

Listed at 133,250€ including agency fees of 2.5% (3,250€)

A beautiful stone  built bread oven Manor in 1761 on the edge of a large village located in Brittany next to the Normandy border . It is part of the estate know as Beauchais.  (It is the largest bread oven I have seen in this area). The “actual oven” had been removed before the building was sold.  The building sits approximately 1 metre below ground creating a very private terrace to the rear which is also a sun trap as it gets the sun most of the day.  The building was completely transformed in 2010 so everything internally was renewed.   It is inline (surpasses) present day building standards.  It has double insulated walls (polyurethane and rockwool). The roof has approximately 300 mm of rockwool and the floors are also insulated.  It has a double flux air/heat recovery system which saves on heating and stills keeps the air fresh.
The bread oven has wooden windows which are double glazed,  The “wow factor” are the wooden bifold doors which completely open back to let the outside in and the inside out, this provides double the floor area in summer time, thus allowing the living room and terrace to become one.     The bread oven is a clever use of space.  The ground floor living area is bright and spacious with light entering from three sides,  it has a modern kitchen installed in 2020 and a spiral staircase leading to a spacious landing ,shower room with toilet and wash hand basin and two bedrooms, one double and one single suitable for bunk beds.
Each bedroom has a clever built-in storage niche.  The loft has an access ladder which opens down to the landing, the hot water heater is stored in the loft making a better use of space.  The loft is boarded out and can be used for storage.  There is also an electrical socket and light in the loft.   The terrace measures 49 square metres and has got brick lighting built into the walls for evening dining.  It also has an electrical external socket (so no trailing wires).From the terrace there are steps leading up to the parking area which can accommodate 4 – 5 cars to the rear.  To the side there is private access and the bread oven comes with permission to extend to form another large bedroom 20 sqm on stilts to the side. (drawings/planning submitted and approved by the local council (mairie)
There is an excellent school in the village,  a restaurant, bar/bakery/post office and hairdresser.
There are transport links in the village to Rennes and Fougères.  The A84 motorway is 10 minutes direct from the village.
Mont St Michel is 20 minutes away and Rennes is 40 minutes drive with the nearest airport and high speed train TGV 2 hours to Paris.  St Malo a beautiful walled city is 50 minutes drive with its ferry port with direct crossings to the UK, the Channel Islands, etc,  Dinard airport is 50 minutes away.
This property is very low maintenance.  It has mains drainage so no fosse septic and is ideal lock and leave or a holiday gite/second home due to its close proximity to Mont St Michel.
Ground floor:
Living room with kitchenette – 30 m²

Featured bake oven with exposed beams and large granite stones, bifold doors to patio, wood flooring, Window to rear, spiral staircase.  window to side and fitted L-shaped design, upper and lower cabinets with built in oven and hob.

1st floor / First floor:

Landing with doors leading to bedrooms and bathroom

Bedrooms 2, (9 m², 9 m²)

Both identical sizes, with carpet flooring, Velux window. Alcove perfect for recessed furniture, radiator

Shower room and toilet

Shower corner cubical, sink and WC

Charming 2 bed mid terrace stone cottage of character, 22390 Pont Melvez

Listed at 102,500€ including agency fees of 2,500€

Property details: 

This charming 2 bed mid terrace stone cottage of character – which is quiet & secluded – you will find in the centre of village location with amenities of Post office, bar/restaurant, boulangerie. With gravelled terrace, private drive, garage, and a large lawned garden – this is a rare find! The house is being sold complete with all furniture, and fully equipped kitchen – even tools for the garden.

This very well-maintained home has a lovely warm and cosy feel, overlooking the village church – quintessentially French! Just bring your suitcases and enjoy! Train station at edge of village.

Open the gate and walk down the garden path, and enter the house through a glazed entrance porch, (which has the washing machine) and into the main lobby, with a floor and wall cupboard arranged as a dresser with drinks of welcome!

To the left is the dining / lounge room, with window to front, double French doors to the rear with access to gravelled terrace area. To the right is a fully equipped kitchen, window overlooking the church. Door to rear lobby and WC, and further door to back gravelled terrace. Door to Stairs.

First floor has 2 large double bedrooms with windows overlooking the front and to the church. Family bathroom has a short but deep ‘hip and seat’ enamelled bath with shower over.

Outside through a private gated driveway: a gravelled terrace area for alfresco dining in the sun, a single garage housing the garden tools,
and a large lawn totally fenced with surrounding boundary trees.

The house has LPG gas central heating and for the gas hob. All windows are single glazed original – as are also the front and rear doors.

Each window has folding shutters.

Taxe Fonciere is just over 400€

Detailed Description:

Half glazed door to a large area which includes the washing machine. Tiled floor. Original half glazed entrance door to:

LOBBY: -3 m2
Wall and floor cupboards forming a ‘Welcome’ drinks cabinet. Ceiling light fitting. Tiled floor through to kitchen.

To the right of the lobby there is a door to:

A beautiful light room with double doors at the back leading to the gravelled sun terrace and, window to front overlooking the front garden and church beyond. This room is full depth of the house and has plenty of room for a dining area at the front close to the kitchen and a lounging area at the back. (There is an original fireplace plasterboard over behind the dresser) Ceiling and wall lights Flooring – Recently laid Laminate Walnut wood. Radiator.

To the left of the Lobby there is a door to:

KITCHEN: -10 m2
Fully fitted kitchen with cupboards – floor and wall – on 3 sides of the room with worktops – also including a small folding kitchen bar. Some wall cupboards have glazed doors for glassware. Cooker with gas hob and electric oven. Dishwasher Gas Central heating boiler Fridge Freezer Tiled flooring (as in hall) Window to front Other electrical and general kitchen goods as in Furniture list.

From kitchen Door to rear Lobby: – 1.8m2
With further half glazed door to exterior gravelled terrace and door to W.C. Tiled floor, electric heater, ceiling light.

From rear Lobby door to W.C.: – 1m2
A good size under stairs room with toilet and plenty of room for coats and wellies. Window Ceiling light.

From kitchen Door to stairs and FIRST FLOOR:
Good width stairs which are carpeted – pretty small window halfway – to landing. Landing with 3 doors to:

Left – Bedroom 1: -14m2
With window to front, radiator and carpeted floor., A lovely bright very large double bedroom. Central ceiling light,

Straight ahead – Family bathroom: – 3m2
With short original enamelled ‘hip’ bath with integral seat and shower over. Basin with mirror over., Hot water tank Toilet
Radiator, Ceiling light

Right – Bedroom 2: – 10m2
With window to front, radiator and carpeted floor. Another lovely bright double room. Central ceiling light Radiator


At the back of the house – from rear lobby door or from double French doors from lounge is:-the large Gravelled and Hedged Terrace – totally private for barbecues, al fresco dining or lazing in the sun. Outside tap. Outside lighting.

Also further from this space is the SINGLE GARAGE AND DOUBLE ENTRANCE GATES to shared driveway (one neighbour) leading out to the quiet road. The Garage with ‘up and over’ door – currently stores all the garden equipment and tables and chairs etc. Electricity and lights.

Also, Exterior halogen light and spotlight. A pathway round to the back of the garage takes you to: a Beautiful Garden mostly laid to lawn – surrounded by hedging or mature trees. This area is fully fenced and includes a ‘half-moon’ shaped tiled patio for further BBQs in the late evening sun. At the end of the garden, you have a view down the valley to the river that flows through the village

A beautiful and unique stone Manor built in 1761 on the edge of a large village located in Brittany, St. Ouen la Rouerie 35460

Listed at 369, 000€ including agency fees



A beautiful and unique stone ManorHouse  built in 1761 on the edge of a large village located in Brittany next to the Normandy border. This property is ideal for a bed and breakfast, a boutique hôtel or a family home, consisting of 4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom, 3 reception rooms, and attached Gite ready for finishing.

This property will appeal to someone who would like a stately home but on a manageable scale

The property is locally known as the Chateau de Beauchais .It’s the second most historical building in the area after the Chateau de la Rouerie, whose occupant at the time Joseph Tuffin who was the Marquis de la Rouerie and “Lord of the Vine “had the Manor built for his mother (Demoiselle de Boschet ) thus linking the two buildings together, and a part of Frances rich history of noble families  .The Manor was previously owned by the Marquis de Coursey whose late brother the Count de Coursey lived in the nearby town of Antrain , where the original enormous pillars were taken from the Manor and can be seen gracing the entrance of The Manor de la Choltais .

St. Ouen la Rouerie was the first village in Brittany to be liberated by general Patten in World War II.

In fact, one of the American cemeteries is a little over 10 mins away in St James.

As you enter the Manor you are greeted by the amazing staircase which divides the east wing and the west wing. The staircase spirals all the way to the second floor, giving the wow factor

Also, in the entrance hallway on the ground floor there’s a cloakroom toilet and wash and basin under the staircase and a door leading to the rear garden.

To the right (east wing) you have a beautiful dining room featuring a huge granite open fireplace and large oak beams. There are large windows north and south with original internal wooden shutters letting in lots of natural light. Leading from the dining room is a beautifully presented lounge/drawing room with oak panelling and a fantastic wood burner. Along the main wall there are original built-in cupboards and a clever slide out bar shelf. The south facing window has internal wooden shutters and on the north wall you have double doors leading to the rear garden, with views over the rolling countryside.

On the ground floor east wing you have a library/reading room leading to a utility/laundry room and a huge kitchen /living area with a large canopy fireplace. It features a fully fitted German kitchen with granite worktops and integrated appliances (fridge, freezer, dishwasher, oven and microwave) it has full height slide out larder cupboards. It also has two separate sinks cut into the granite countertops making it a great place to cook and entertain. There are also double doors leading out onto the south facing front garden for those warm summer days.

On the 1st floor in the east wing there is a corridor leading to two large bedrooms, the first bedroom features a large granite fireplace and an en-suite shower room ( to be finished) . It also has a new solid oak floor.

The second bedroom is the master bedroom and has been completely remodelled restoring it to its former grandeur with exposed beams in the ceiling, the walls have been completely rendered with lime-based render.

It has en-suite wet room with underfloor electric heating. The bedroom also has custom-made built-in wardrobes made with solid walnut. It features a large granite fireplace and has a new solid oak floor. On the west wing there is a corridor leading to a large family bathroom with full size bath and shower screen.

Along the corridor there are two additional large bedrooms with built in wardrobes. The second bedroom has en-suite shower room to finish. This side of the house has been successfully used for B&B for several years. There is also on this floor is the main bathroom with shower and bath combo, WC and sink.

As the Chateau de la Rouerie is used for weddings, some of the guest’s book B&B at the Manor. All year-round people flock to the Mont St Michel from all over the world, this magnificent heritage site is 20 minutes from the Manor, a lot of people visiting the Mont St Michel have booked bed and breakfast at the Manor.

On the second floor there are two enormous fully insulated lofts (east and west) , with full planning permission ( permis de construire) for a further 4 en-suite bedrooms .

The soil pipes, hot and cold water along with the electrics are already in place.

The Manor has a new roof and new Velux windows.

Adjoining the Manor on the east side is a two-bedroom house that needs finishing. All the major work is done. A completely new roof front and back walls on concrete foundations. Water, electricity and drainage are already to connect to.

Ready for someone to put their mark on it All the work has been done to the highest standard and sympathetic to the history and style of the building. When the works are finished there will be 10 bedrooms.

The Manor is on mains drainage so no emptying septic tanks! There are gardens to the front, side and rear with a variety of fruit trees (apple, pear, plum and peach).

There is an excellent school in the village. A restaurant, bar/bakery/post office and hairdresser,

There are transport links in the village to Rennes and Fougeres. The A84 motorway is 10 minutes direct from the village.

Mont st Michel is 20 minutes away and Rennes is 45 minutes’ drive with the nearest airport and high-speed train TGV 2 hours to Paris. St Malo a beautiful walled city is 50 minutes’ drive, with its ferry port with direct crossings to the UK., the Channel Islands etc.

5 Bed Longere with large outbuilding smallholding 22160 St Nicodeme

Listed at 246,000€, including agency fees of 6,000€Located in a small hamlet in the commune of Saint Nicodème 22160.

This is lovely, renovated stone longère with lots of character and room to expand.

Property benefits from double glazing, two reception rooms, one with wood burner, 5 bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom which is plumbed but not fitted out. Numerous outbuildings and land 6635m². With the ability to convert small house to a Gite. All internal doors are made from reclaimed wood. Fully insulated.

Attached land, with outdoor shelter for horses, access to barn with 2 stalls.

Ground floor:


Small entrance area with area to hang coats etc, tiled flooring with stable style door to Kitchen, leading to lounge. double glazed door.

Kitchen / Dining room – 14 m²

Fully fitted kitchen with a feature fireplace, cooker, worktop space, storage cupboards, ample room for a good size table and chairs, a double-glazed window to the front and exposed beams with stable door tiled flooring and surround.

Living room – 25 m²

This bright living room with ceramic floor, window to the front, a wood burner, exposed beams, wooden staircase to the first floor and doors to the kitchen and bathroom. Corridor to bedrooms


Corridor leading to bedroom’s, with window to rear, tiled flooring, wood ceiling.

Bedroom 1, (14 m²)

Tiled flooring, wood ceiling, window to front, double glazed, electric radiator.

Bedroom 2, (12 m²)

Tiled flooring, wood ceiling, exposed stone wall, window to front, double glazed, electric radiator.

Bedroom 3, (10 m²)

Tiled flooring, wood ceiling, exposed stone wall, window to side, double glazed, electric radiator, cupboard.

Bathroom and WC – 7 m²

To the rear of the reception room will find a bright bathroom. Exposed painted stone wall, limestone tiled walls, ceramic flooring, bath with shower combo with glass screen, WC, washbasin, Skylight/Velux window and cupboard that houses the hot water tank.

First floor:

Wood stairs with iron railings lead to first floor landing, with the ability to close off if not needed. Laminate flooring and exposed beams, doors to bedroom 4 and additional lounge and 5 bedroom/bathroom.

Bedroom 4, (16 m²)

High ceiling, with exposed beams, laminate flooring, Velux window, small window/door to side with stone staircase to ground floor. Reclaimed wood door, electric heating.

Living room – 20 m²

Laminate flooring, possibility of a wood burner, ample storage in the eaves, built-in bookcase, exposed beams and a large Velux window gives this room abundance of natural light. Door leading to 5 bedroom.

Bedrooms 5, (25 m²)

Carpet flooring, ample storage in the eaves, exposed beams and a large Velux window gives this room abundance of natural light. Door leading to private bathroom, to finish fitting out – 6 m² – Which has a wooden floor and all pipes and waste installed for a bathroom to be fitted. It has electrics, exposed beams and a Velux window.


Looking from the front of the house to the right of the property, you will find

Laundry room with summer kitchen – 8 m²

Fully fitted summer kitchen with a white ceramic floor, storage, sink, white goods, worktop space double glazed windows to the front.

This area has direct access out onto the gravelled seating area. Next to this is a small utility room with WC.  A stone building with clear roof, currently used as a greenhouse.

Built in covered area with screened front, suitable for small animals and birds or storage

On the opposite side you will find a Chicken coop area, well and patio area.


Stables (60 m²)
To the left of the property are the stables with 2 stalls direct access out to land and outside shelter.

Workshop (56 m²)

The second attached building is a large workshop. With electrics, storage, mezzanine floor and an old cider press. Attached to this are two log storage areas.

Storage (20 m²)
Currently being used for storage with a concrete floor.

Potential Gîte (40 m²)

This final building to end of this row of building was a previous dwelling, has a concrete floor, electrics and with the correct planning permission could be renovated back into a gite.

The main garden area is mainly in front of the house with grassed area and a in and out driveway. The land around the house is made up of 4 plots which can be accessed from the stables or the back of the outbuildings, and also comes with 3 additional plots, not attached but all in the hamlet.

A unique opportunity to own what once was the former presbytery located in heart of the village of Magoar 22480 plus Gite to finish

Listed at 169,125€ including agency commission of 2.5% (4,125€).

A unique opportunity to own what once was the former presbytery located in the heart of the village of Magoar. This property is full of character with room for expansion. Wonderful views to village and countryside and especially the lovely old church. Exposed large beams with updated double glazing. Plus in keeping with the character of the property..

The village is the smallest commune in Cote’s d’Armor with its own mairie. The property is 10 minutes from Bourbriac that has doctors, supermarket, bakery, butchers, chemist, florist, banks etc. 20 minutes from the medieval town of Guingamp that has all the major shops, restaurants etc. With easy access by train via the Atlantic high-speed line – Guingamp is less than 3.5 hours from Paris. By plane, you have a choice of two airports: Lannion (37km) and St Brieuc (35km). And the ferry port of Roscoff is about (75km), with ferries to Plymouth and Cork.

Easy access to the ferry ports of St Malo – Portsmouth, Poole and the Channel Islands or Roscoff to Plymouth; Airport at Dinard for Ryanair to London or East Midlands.

You enter the property through large wrought iron gates into the garden that is surrounded by a stone wall, approximately 1935 m2 of land.

The house comprises of 3 floors, On the ground floor there is a large living room with wood burner, a separate dining room with pellet stove that leads to a modern fitted kitchen with views out to the garden. Double patio doors lead to the garden. There is also a downstairs bathroom, and large unfinished cave area, currently used as laundry and storage.

On the 1st floor there are 2 large bedrooms both with private en-suite bathrooms and both bedrooms have pellet stoves.

On the second floor, there is a large attic that could easily be converted to additional living area if required, currently used for storage.

Outside: The property is fully surrounded by a stone wall, with mature trees and shrubs, detached Gite. Garden, mainly laid to lawn, is not overlooked, and has mature trees, including a sweet chestnut, hazelnut hedge, fruit trees, raspberry, and blackcurrant bushes along with Fig tree. The property benefits from a well and also a pond that is full of Goldfish. 2 Storage shed and small patio area also perfect to sit and enjoy the tranquillity of the birds and peacefulness of the area.

There is also an attached storage area to the side of house, plus an additional stone building that is currently used for wood storage. The well, pond, garden sheds and wood storage are approximately 3443 m2

127 m2 Habitable Area, pellet and wood burner heating, High Speed Internet, Main water and fosse septic.




Access to all ground floor rooms, access to rear cave, laundry and storage, stairs to first floor. Original tiled floor.

Living Room– 26 m – Wood floor, featured granite fireplace with Wood Burner, Windows to Front. Alcove for storage of wood.  Amazing exposed beams.

Dining Room – 27 m – Wood flooring, pellet stove, Window to Front, double doors to bathroom and opening to kitchen. Amazing exposed beams.

Kitchen – 16 m² – Neff Units with built in oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher.  Ceramic glass hob. Laminate flooring, two double patio doors to rear garden. Electric heaters.

Bathroom – Toilet, bath/shower combo, sink, fully tiled, electric heater

Cave/Laundry Room – Plumbed for washing machine, storage area of here.  Attic area above with large hot water heater.  Window to rear.  Stone walls with partial fireplace. Inside area with storage and original wood doors.


Stairs to second floor, wood flooring, corridor to bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms.

Bedroom 1 – 23 m² Wood Flooring, Window to front, Pellet stove, built in cupboards with original wooden doors, exposed beams. Door to bathroom and corridor.

Bathroom – 6 m² Electric towel rail, cupboard under the window, large window to front, Large corner shower cubical. Sink with cabinet, WC, wood flooring. Door to bedroom and corridor.

Bedroom 2 – 27 m² Wood Flooring, Window to front and side, Pellet stove, exposed beams.

Bathroom – 6 m² Electric towel rail, large corner shower cubical, sink and cabinet, WC, wood flooring. Door to bedroom.

SECOND FLOOR: Stairs to 2nd floor, window halfway

Attic:-37 m² – Wood flooring, hot water tank for both bathrooms on first floor, small Velux windows.  Siding wood door.



Room– 25 m, with concrete floor, spiral staircase to first floor, pellet stove, door and window to rear garden area. Exposed pointed stone walls.

First Floor

Room– 15 m – Wood floor, large Velux windows, and opening in flooring ready for glass to be installed allowing natural light to room below, Exposed pointed stone walls..


Walled Garden, Cast Iron Gates, Parking

Large detached stone built wood storage

Attached stone building used for storage, plus additional storage, 2 sheds

Vegetable garden, with numerous apple trees.


Land – 1935m2

3 Bedroom 2 bath Neo Breton 22420 Plouaret


Listed at 169, 125 € including buyers charge of 2.5% TTC, (165, 000 € excluding fees)

Located in the Village of Plouaret 22420

This property is move in ready, four bedroomed 2 bath ‘neo-Breton’ home located on the edge of the village of Plouaret, a commune in the Cotes D’Armor department of Brittany within 40 minutes’ drive from the port of Roscoff, or less than two hours from St Malo. The north granite coast is reachable within 20 minutes. 10 minutes to the main line train station Brest/Rennes/Paris line (3 hours to Paris).   Property is approximately 15 km from the major town of Lannion.

The house is only 10 minutes’ walk from the heart of the old village where there are shops, and services available, 2 banks, post office, bakers, butchers, opticians, dentists, 2 doctors, chemist, florist, 2 restaurants, 2 mini supermarkets, IT/Media store.

Double glazed windows throughout, tilt and turns, high speed internet, oil fired central heating, recently painted, and decorated throughout.

A relatively newly fitted modern kitchen has been installed, with double oven with gas and electric hob, dishwasher, refrigerator.

The property is connected to mains water and electricity, and mains sewage. We currently have a satellite dish tuned to UK TV. VCM venting system.

Outside: Garden of 871 m². Front garden is consisting of large, gravelled area with access to garage and rear and front gardens, large, tiled terrace path leads from this area to front garden that is mainly laid to lawn with a terraced area in front of house and to the side with patio area perfect for outside entertainment, that is sheltered and surrounded by large hedge that gives this garden total privacy.  The rear and side is laid to lawn with established shrubs and trees, with garden shed.


Tiled flooring, stairs to first floor, access to basement, radiator.

Kitchen: – 14m

Fully fitted kitchen cabinets and counter tops with electric  oven with gas hob, along with intergrated dishwasher, refrigerator, room for dining area, tiled flooring, large window to front. Radiator.

Living Room: – 18m

Large room, with patio doors leading to terrace at front, radiator and  electric fire, tiled flooring. French doors to hallway.

Dining Room/Bedroom: – 12m

Tiled flooring, large window to rear, radiator


Fully tiled, window to rear

Bathroom;– 6 m

Tiled flooring, window to rear, radiator, bath, cabinet/sink combo, bidet, towel rail with shelving.

Room :– 3m

Tiled flooring, window to side, pantry with floor to ceiling shelving and small cupboard unit.

1st floor

Bedroom 2 :- 17m

Carpet flooring, double windows to side, radiator, with wardrobes, built in cupboard.

Bedroom 3: – 10 m

Double bedroom, carpet flooring, large Velux window to front, radiator, with wardrobe.

Bedroom 4: – 10 m

Double bedroom , fitted carpet flooring, window to side, radiator.

Office: – 5 m

Fitted carpet flooring, window to side

Shower Room: – 2m

Fully tiled, Corner shower unit, sink, fitted electric towel rail, WC

Basement: 72 m

Consists of 3 rooms, concrete flooring, one room is currently used as boiler room with window to rear, oil fired boiler with timer control.  The other 2 areas of the basement are laid out as laundry area with ample storage to the sides, all white goods staying.  And the other area is perfect for parking 2 cars, concrete flooring, access to main floor, and large workshop area with window rear, numerous electrical points


Land of about 800 m2

Wooden garden shed

Additional  shelter, which houses the fuel shed, outside electrical socket




4 Bedroom 2 Bath Town Home 22340 Locarn

Listed at 95,000€ including agency commission of  (2,500€) paid by buyer 

This large bright and airy 4-bedroom home in the heart of the village is ready to move straight in – put your suitcases down and start living!

Recent double glazing including French doors from Master bedroom to balcony with views out over village square and beyond.

Fully fitted kitchen with built in dishwasher, oven, gas hob with extractor fan, large window to front, Centre Island

Large L-shaped open plan living and dining room – perfect for entertaining and includes a log burning inset fire.

Property benefits from wide original staircases in the large inner hallway which services the 3 floors.

All the bedrooms are of equal and very good sizes with high ceilings, with views over the countryside from the back windows.

Enclosed private courtyard garden for ‘al fresco’ dining with the BBQ!

Property includes a separate building that could be rented out for a local artisan for use, also a back pedestrian access.

The village of Locarn with local bar/restaurant with convenient shop, and close proximity to village of Mael Carhaix that has all your daily needs from 2 bakeries, 2 restaurants, florist, 2 banks, post office, 2 hairdressers, English speaking doctors, dentist and chemist. The large towns of Callac, Rostrenen and Carhaix are all within a 20 minute drive, so a great location and ease to get to busy town.

Ground Floor:

Entrance: Tiled flooring; New PVC door, glass doors leading to Kitchen and Office

Kitchen: – 14m

Tiled flooring, fitted kitchen, built in dishwasher, oven, gas hob with extractor fan, large window to front, Centre Island. Doors to front and rear hallways. Radiator, shutter.

Hallway: Tiled flooring, French doors to dining room, and entrance to basement, rear door to small veranda and terrace and rear of property. Radiator. Lovely staircase leads to the first floor landing

L-Shape Living Room/Dining Room: -36m

Large rear windows to rear, tiled flooring, large featured fireplace with wood burner, French Doors to Hallway and front room currently used as a studio/office, radiators.

Office: – 18m

Large window to front, radiator, French doors to living room, glass door to front entrance. Tiled flooring. Shutter.

First Floor:

Landing: – Lovely staircase leads to the 2nd floor landing. Wood flooring.

WC: Tiled flooring, window to rear.

Bedroom: 1 – 21 m

Wood flooring, radiator, large French doors leading to small balcony overlooking village square with fitted electric shutter, en-suite WC with sink.

Bedroom 2: – 16m

Large double bedroom, with wood flooring, a large double glazed window to the front with views of the village, radiator, shutters.

Bathroom – 5 m

Fully tiled, tiled flooring, bath with shower attachment, washbasin, a heated towel rail, window to side

Bedroom 3 – 15 m

Double bedroom, wood flooring, a large window to the rear with views of the garden, radiator

Bedroom 4 – 12 m

Double bedroom, wood flooring, a large window to the rear with views of the garden. With large walk in cupboard, could easily be converted to an additional bathroom if needed, radiator.

2nd Floor:

Small landing, large attic space


Laundry area with fitted cabinets and sink, with heating unit, an additional room currently used as storage. Windows to front.


Small veranda of Hallway leading to terrace area with access to shared walkway with neighbour leading to street.  Secluded terrace area perfect for your morning coffee or evening meal, with tiled flooring.  Small shared passage way.

Shed/Building is good size -15 m with attic space (This building is protected).

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