A contemporary house facing the sea
in grounds of 3,000 m² on the Isle of Groix


The Isle of Groix, 50 minutes by boat from Lorient, has 2,300 inhabitants in a surface area of 1,500 ha composed of protected natural areas: Cornish heath-covered moorland, Pen-Men Nature Reserve and others. Its geological particularities are such that it has been turned into a specific nature reserve. More than 40 km of pathways are available to hikers and cyclists. Its many daily links with the continent are provided via Port-Tudy.


This house, reached via a little lane, stands facing the sea in a peaceful setting not far from Port-Tudy. The main gates and another gate a little further away mark the entrances to this property, spanning a surface area of approx. 3,000 m². This house and its wooden shed are surrounded by partially landscaped gardens which include a vegetable garden and two small greenhouses. It is possible to reach the coast directly from the bottom of the garden via a discreet path.

The house

This house, constructed in 2000, spans approx. 175 m² of living space over two levels, topped with a slate roof. It is divided into two separate living areas which can easily be connected via a currently condemned corridor.

Ground floor
The entrance hall in the main section of the house provides access to a vast living room, set out around a stairway. An open-plan kitchen is at one end of an area comprising a dining room and a lounge, with a fireplace. This level, which is fitted with storage areas, also comprises a study area, a toilet and a shower room. The garage, communicating with the entrance hall, includes a laundry area and a toilet.
The other section of living space is reached via a separate entrance, opening into a living room with an open-plan kitchen as well as a shower room and toilet.

First floor
Both sections comprise a total of four bedrooms, one of which is illuminated via a wide picture window, as well as a bathroom and a toilet. The roof terrace, facing the sea, could easily be converted. There is parquet flooring throughout.

The shed

This shed, spanning a floor surface area of approx. 20 m², is used for storing tools and miscellaneous pieces of equipment.

Our opinion

Inhabitants of the Isle of Groix, known as “Groisillons”, live for most of the year amongst themselves in a friendly community that they have managed to preserve from the holiday tourist invasion. An island mentality shared by this handful of favoured residents, forming a circle of initiated, to which this house will allow participation: those who dream of taking the plunge will have but three nautical miles of ocean to cross. This residence has no need of any works and its configuration is such that it can independently accommodate a family and friends. Facing the sea, it is therefore ideal as a holiday home, a place for spending weekends or even a permanent residence for starting a new way of life. The island itself abounds in pathways, landscapes as well as unusual spots and all are near to hand.

699 600 €
Our fees are included in the stated sale price.

Reference 520399

Land registry surface area 3051 m2
Main building surface area 200 m2
Outbuilding surface area 20 m2


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Gilles Durin       +33 1 42 84 80 85


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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.



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