Cute little place to love and make your own! Largely renovated and in need of further completion, this is your chance to model your home in the country!€29,200
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Located in a quiet, yet popular hamlet close to Scrignac, this is a fantastic opportunity to snap up a bargain and to complete a project to create the perfect Breton getaway, either for those extended breaks - or as your permanent pied à terre in tranquil countryside! Yours for €29,200. Private - but not isolated, this house offers you the best of both worlds: peace and quiet when you need it, whilst allowing you to enjoy being part of a friendly, welcoming community from day one.

This little cottage, not yet habitable and a long-term project for the current owner, is now the ideal blank canvas to make of what you will. The potential is genuinely amazing - and there are so many choices and options for you to further explore! In the past, a nice little space used for grandchildren and a bolt hole, plus spare space to accommodate visiting friends and relatives - now ripe for converting into full-time special little home!

With its own garden and attached land, why not grow your own fruit and veg: the climate here is perfect, if you wish to enjoy self-sufficiency and 'the good life'! Fruit trees, berries, brassicas grow extremely well, and you'll frequently see vines and kiwi plants as you explore the neighbourhood.

The project itself is located amongst cornfields and meadows, and is just a short walk away from the village pub / restaurant - popular with Brits & Bretons, and with homely cuisine!

A gate leads to the front of the cottage, a door leading to an open-plan space, largely developed as a lounge / diner area. With exposed beams and a dry, solid floor, complete with concrete screed, this is a welcoming space with the makings of a very comfortable home. Electricity and water essentials are already installed, and windows offer views of the front garden and hamlet beyond.

A future kitchen area, again with tiled floor and exposed ceiling beams, is ready for the installation of units. With work surfaces and some storage units / cupboards, a little restyling & additional work may be necessary, but the vision is clear to see!

At present, the habitable accommodation totals a cosy 36 square metres. However, accessible from the lounge area is a reasonably large space, which has in the past been used as a garage or possibly workroom. With skimmed walls, solid windows and rolling doors, this could easily be converted into additional living space, or perhaps a lounge - diner, depending on your interests and requirements. If converted, this would increase the size of the accommodation to around 68 square metres.

A wooden stairway leads upstairs, and to a landing. Off this? A reasonably sized bedroom with space for the installation of a salle d'eau / WC. The bedroom has a wooden ceiling with exposed beams to complete. Both upstairs spaces have south-facing skylights which allow light to flood in for much of the day. With imagination, two bedrooms are attainable - perhaps with the salle d'eau downstairs.

Outside - a garden, largely set to grass with herbaceous borders. There's a stone shed, perfect for storage, or perhaps a great place from which to contemplate. Attached? A field, in need of taming - but offering in total, 2770 square metres of land: perfect for growing veg, or perhaps to develop in your own style!

The new owner will have the vision needed to create their own, unique home, and will need to install a fosse septique and complete the work necessary to produce a habitable home. We understand that past planning permission was granted to complete all of the work and, if necessary, to extend the property, but the new owner will need to discuss his or her plans with the mayor. We can put you in touch with artisans and craftsmen - many English-speaking, or you can be your own project manager, and bring over your own team of enthusiasts?

DPE / GES exempt.
No fixed heating; project, currently under 40m2

Why not come and have a look? Our local agent, Ken Lowe will be delighted to show you around!
Contact him at finistere@kerizac.com or call (France) 00 33 7 82 30 66 37.