Manor in Quimper
In the beautiful countryside located 15 km from Quimper and just 30 minutes from the coast, this stunningly renovated property is ready to be inhabited.
Nestled on a vast plot of over 11 hectares, including pastures and woods, this manor-style residence, originally built around 1840 and reconstructed after a fire in 1944, offers an ideal residence with a total area of 260 m². The southeast-facing facade, in keeping with a classic style, features a doorway leading to a small porch, a row of six windows on the upper floor, and four large dormer windows sculpted in granite on the roof. It provides a distant panoramic view with no disturbances or overlooking neighbors. Just a few meters away, a heat pump-heated swimming pool completes the ensemble.
Recently, extensive renovations have been carried out, including the complete replacement of wooden windows with double glazing, full insulation under the roof and along the walls, an electrical system upgrade, floor refurbishment, understated interior decoration, as well as the modernization of the kitchen and bathrooms. The roof, gutters, downspouts, dormer windows, granite walls, and facades have also been renovated. Additionally, the sewage system has been brought up to code to accommodate up to 15 people.
Upon entering through a two-tone pavement, you’ll find an enfilade of two lounges on one side, one of which boasts high ceilings and large windows on three sides, providing exceptional natural light. On the other side, there’s a bright dining room followed by a fully equipped kitchen with a pantry.
A staircase with a handrail made of substantial wooden pillars leads to a spacious landing with exposed granite walls, providing access to two large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a third bedroom with a bathroom. On the second floor, three spacious bedrooms and a bathroom complete the living space.
Central heating covers the first two levels, while the second floor is equipped with state-of-the-art electric radiators for adjustable heating throughout the house.
Adjacent to the facade is an annex heated by gas and equipped with a fireplace. Furthermore, there is an option to acquire all the new furniture that adorns the house, allowing for immediate use as seasonal accommodation.
A TGV station, as well as all services and shops, are conveniently located nearby.
Finally, a large 400 m² hangar nearby could potentially be negotiated as part of the sale.
Estimated annual energy costs of the house : between 1 330 euros and 1 840 euros per year. Prices indexed on January 1, 2021.
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website: www.georisques.gouv.fr
You Advisor : Rose VIGNAT
- 260 m² interior
- 3 bathroom(s)
- 9 room(s)
- 110000 m² outside
- 6 room(s)
- TGV station
- Honoraires : Honoraires charge acquéreur
- Prix honoraires exclus : 900 000 €
- % commission : 3%
An enchantment at the end of the world. It is difficult not to succumb to the charm of Brittany and not to be seduced by these lands born from the whims of water, wind and time. Proud country of its roots, it knew how to preserve customs and traditions. History and legends have given birth to an artistic heritage of the highest order.Learn more about the region