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|Title||The "Good Life" plus an income. REDUCED!|
|This property is 235,000 euros but can be purchased in Sterling for UK buyers, the price shown is at the current exchange rate. Key features:
No agency fees to pay saving you a fortune
2 acres of land approx
Easy links to major ferry ports & airports
Unique & rare
Full description: SUMMARY: Situated in 2 acres of mixed land currently used for goats, chickens and ducks plus fruit trees and vegetable patch. Private water supply in addition to mains water. Space for a horse/pony and a currently uncultivated area which would be ideal for pigs. Along with a potential income from B & B and/or the Gites this versatile property could provide a self-sufficient life for those wanting to escape the rat race.
A light and spacious 3/4 bed family home which includes a contemporary addition to the rear of the property making it truly unique.
Annexed to the rear of the property and with separate entrance is a one bedroom apartment which could be used as independent family accommodation or a gite. A further annex situated above and also with an independent entrance is a Studio Apartment which would make a perfect guest suite, gite, an artist studio, a craft workshop and many other possibilities.
Situated in a picturesque countryside location, yet just one mile from the centre of Huelgoat with all amenities. A 45 minute drive from Roscoff Ferry Port, 2hrs from St Malo Ferry port and 1 hr from Brest Airport. Located in the Armorique National Park and on the edge of the Mont d'Arree there are numerous opportunities for walking, riding, fishing and within an easy drive to some of Brittany's finest beaches. An artist or photographers paradise.
Dining Room 4.46 x 5.54 mtrs Lounge 6.28 x 4.09 mtrs Kitchen 3.66 x 2.74 mtrs Utility Room 2.83 x 2.12 mtrs Bedroom 1 3.85 x 3.08 mtrs Bedroom 2 4.47 x 3.21 mtrs Bedroom 3 4.49 x 2.25 mtrs Dressing Room / Bedroom 4 / Study Bathroom 4.4 x 2.27 mtrs
STUDIO (APARTMENT 1) 7.18 x 4.65 mtrs
(APARTMENT 2) Lounge 5.63 x 4.13 mtrs Kitchen 4.86 x 3.68 mtrs Bedroom 4.23 x 3.62 mtrs Bathroom 2.30 x 2.02 mtrs
The land in total is approx. 2 acres in size and includes a level field with paddock, a carport/hay/feed store and a chicken shed,a wildlife meadow and a woodland glen. The land us bordered by a trout river (no flood risk) and the wooded glen is classed as "Constructable" so possibilty of eco-cabins, fishing hits etc subject to planning permission.
The property benefits from oil fired central heating, a super wood burner and electric shutters to the front elevation of the property.
Septic Tank Drainage (conforms to current regulations).
Mains Water, plus a Well providing ample water for outdoor use.
Electricity Connected. Broadband.
Plot Size ha 8270m2. Habitable Space 236m2
Now to the nitty-gritty. The Gite and Studio are let for the summer season(April to October) via our own web site and other holiday sites, one in particular was very good. They are let for between £300 and £400 per week and it is entirely possible for them to be let for the whole year if required. The Gite is being sold fully furnished with everything that is required crockery, cutlery, linen etc so that lettings can continue quickly for new owners if required. There is scope for further development by registering with Gites de France. "So why are you selling?" I hear you ask. Well, for health reasons and after ten years it is now time for us to truly retire and enjoy ourselves! So for the sum of 235,000 euros this could all be yours. If you are in a position to move quickly we are open to serious and sensible negotiation. If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
HUELGOAT: Lost high in the Parc d’Armorique in central Finistère, the village of Huelgoat looks sleepy at first sight, and its lake peaceful. However, descend into the Argent Valley and you suddenly find yourself amidst a mass of magical mossy boulders that have stirred the Breton imagination in fabulous ways.
Slipping into a legendary world.
A beautiful old watermill stands at one end of Huelgoat’s lake, the latter built in the 18th century to help in the task of extracting silver lead from the valley here.
Take the slippery paths down beside the mill and you enter an amazingly secretive, green, rock-strewn world, which has inspired wild Arthurian and Christian myths.
One rung of steps leads to the so-called 'devil’s grotto' via an unnervingly narrow descent.
In another spot, the indentations in the rock are said to have served as the Virgin Mary’s cramped home – use your imagination to spot Jesus’s supposed cradle!
One fanciful story claims that the boulders were chucked here by a Celtic giant. Another says it was a grumpy Gargantua who threw the rocks around as a way of complaining about the nasty porridge he was served at Huelgoat.
Clearings with an outdoor theatre and a crêperie bring you back to some normality.
Deeper into Arthurian and Celtic camps.
Press further into the forest of Huelgoat (the place name means ‘high wood’ in Breton) and you pass the Grotte d’Artus, where Arthur was meant to have had a bed in the woods, before arriving at the Camp d’Artus. Legend has it that Arthur hid a hoard of treasure in this spot.
Archaeologists say that the ancient defences here long pre-date Arthurian times and were probably erected for the local Celtic tribe.
From Breton village to global village.
Come back to earth with a calming walk around the lake, appreciated by fishermen, or by wandering around the village square, lined with bars and shops, as well as the church.
Above the centre, at the Arborétum du Poërop, trails take you on a quick voyage around the world’s continents, via the thousands of trees and shrubs planted here, in a landscape with views over the typical central Finistère countryside.
We are English owners and are happy to discuss our property and help with information you may require if you wish to send us your landline telephone number.
Please note that the local Notaire is also English speaking.
A wonderful house in a wonderful area and everything you need just to turn up with your suitcase so what are you waiting for?
EPC Rating - D
VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AS PHOTOS CAN'T DO JUSTICE TO THIS SPACIOUS, BRIGHT PROPERTY.
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