In a region with a rich heritage, near to a small town, classified as one of Finistère’s rural character towns, between Morlaix Bay and the Arrée Mountains.
The town of Morlaix and its TGV train station, with 3-hour links to Paris, is 15 minutes away.
Brest and Lannion airports are 45 minutes away.
The coast as well as the well-known seaside resorts of Carantec and Locquirec on Morlaix Bay are less than 30 minutes away.
Ideally located about an hour from the Pink Granite Coast (Perroz-Guirec) and from Quimper, making it easy to go and explore the French department of Côtes d'Armor as well as south Finistère.
The surrounding countryside is peaceful and the property is in a quiet setting.
On the outskirts of a market town which has all shops, schools, a doctor and a chemist.
The manor house
This manor house, built around a quadrangular courtyard, has undergone several periods of construction.
The main dwelling, dating from the 15th century is on the west side. On the east side, one of the last of Brittany’s gatehouses, flanked by a large tower-hexagonal dovecote, provides access to the courtyard via its equestrian gateway and its pedestrian gate topped with a coat-of-arms. It features half-mullioned windows and a triangular pediment roof dormer. On the south side are a 16th century building and an 18th century building. A small independent house stands on the north side.
These granite stone constructions feature various mullioned and half-mullioned windows as well as thick slate roofs.
The fully renovated, floor surface area of these buildings totals approx. 800 m².
The arms room
This room spans a floor surface area of approx. 87 m², with a fireplace featuring an old roasting spit. The large old doorway has been completely glazed. An oak wood, central winding stairway goes up to a landing providing access to one room, spanning approx. 24 m², and to another, spanning approx. 19 m², making it possible to pass into the watch turret which, in turn, provides access to the gatehouse.
On the left-hand side of the gateway is a study. On the right-hand side are a wine cellar, storage rooms and a stone stairway which leads upstairs, communicating with the other buildings via the watch turret. A landing provides access straight on to a small room with a fireplace in the tower. On one side is a room spanning approx. 35 m² with a fireplace and a stairway that goes up to the large attic, another room in the tower, a mezzanine floor and the dovecote. On the other side, a large room spanning approx. 50 m² also has a fireplace.
The guest house
This building is on the north side, set at right angles to the gatehouse. It comprises a large room spanning approx. 38 m² with a kitchen area. The upstairs landing provides access to a shower room, a toilet and two bedrooms.
It dates from the 17th century and is devoted to Saint Nicholas. It has been superbly restored with carved beams and angels. It has an underfloor central heating system.
The parklands and the grounds
The parklands comprise a lake, spanning 0.5 ha, bordered by meadows and a garden on the south-west side of the manor house. These grounds are crossed by a stream and are harmoniously wooded. The farmland, on a rental lease, spans a surface area of 9.5 ha; it comprises meadows and arable land.
The farm shed
This building, standing at a distance from the manor house, is concealed by vegetation. With a steel roofing framework and wood cladding, it comprises two rooms in use as offices. The cement floor spans a surface area of approx. 250 m². It could be used for receiving the general public or as a workshop or garage.
The garage and toolshed
A small, very discreet building stands near to the manor house. It is used as a toolshed and garage for storing equipment.
This historic gem has been fully restored down to the last detail according to good trade practices by an enthusiast. The works were carried out over several years by the best craftsmen under the aegis of a master architect from the French Historic Monument Association.
Nothing was left to chance: old terracotta floor tiles, stained glass windows, indoor shutters, choice of stone and wooden stairways worthy of the masterpieces prepared by journeymen.
These numerous large rooms would lend themselves to a wide variety of projects.
1 790 000 €
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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
Les tarifs des expertises sont communiqués sur devis personnalisé établi sur la base d’un taux horaire moyen de 120 Euros TTC*
*TTC : TVA incluse au taux de 20 %
|Land registry surface area||20 ha 54 a 20 ca|
|Main building surface area||800 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||250 m2|
Charles de Kermenguy       +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.