Reduced in price - Nestled in the countryside, we have this former farmhouse renovated in 1985 (roofing re-done in 2011), with bundles of character accommodation including living room 45m2 with fitted kitchen and fireplace, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, 2 WCs, boiler (fuel or wood), large cellar. Attic suitable for conversion over the whole. Adjoining stone outbuilding. Courtyard and garden. Sanitation to bring to the standards. Land approx. 2500m2.
Ground floor: Entrance hall, living room with fireplace 37m2, fitted kitchen exposed East semi open on the living room, boiler room (mixed fuel / wood heating), log store, 3 bedrooms on parquet floor approx 10m2 & 12m2 facing west, 1 bedroom on parquet of approx 13.50m2 with adjoining bathroom, 1 shower room and dressing room, 1 bathroom, separate WC.
Outbuilding at the end of the kitchen with WC and large cellar access (28m2) adjoining (fuel tank).
Large Outbuilding adjoining in stone (used as a garage).
Wood double glazing fitted in 1980s.
Heating fuel and wood year 2015.
Septic Tank to bring to the standards.
Roofing west facade in natural slate and stainless steel hooks, re-done in 2011.
Rear roofing in artificial slate, stainless steel hooks, re-done in 2011.
Communal water well.
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 Fougeres.
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