Sometimes you buy a house for convenience, sometimes because it ticks most of those boxes. But there are also times when you buy a house simply because you fall in love with it. This wonderful house is waiting for someone, maybe you, to fall head over heels. Why is that, you may ask? Well, let's take a look shall we? The house dates from 1789, there are two amazing carved stones inside to justify this. So, it is old, with a lot of character, but it suits modern life very well, with big bright rooms. It is not isolated, but very private, set in the middle of about two acres of gardens and land, with a stream and a small lake, now dry, but it could be re filled. There is even a renovation project, another house to be done, if you wish. Inside now, into the large central corridor. On this level are 2 double bedrooms, a bath / shower room with a large sunken bath and marble floors. There is a glass door to the other side of the hallway with a Juliet balcony offering a beautiful view of the garden. Going down a few steps you access the lower living room, 44m2, also accessible from the front of the house. A large space full of character, with beams, a fireplace and a stone wall, with the stones of 1789. off of the lounge you will find the kitchen, 21m2, with a window overlooking the front garden. Back to the hallway, up the wooden staircase to a large landing. If you don't want to use one of the bedrooms, this could make a good office space. Two further double bedrooms, both 17m2, are located on this landing. Going down a step you arrive in the upper living room, 44m2, a magnificent room, with its A-frame, exposed stonework, built-in book shelves and wood-burning stove. Light floods the room from the 3 windows, all with views of your garden and grounds. At the rear, up a small staircase, is the mezzanine, 16m2, currently a bedroom, but another potential office space ..... On this level is also the second bathroom, 13m2, et a store / very practical laundry room. For those looking for an income, if you turn this room into a basic kitchen, this part of the house will be independent, with its living room, its bedroom on the mezzanine and its bathroom. This could make a very attractive rental space. Outside now, to the front and to the sides of the house, there is a large gravelled area, ideal for parking several cars, although there is also a covered garage to the side. The well established garden surrounds the house, rising on one side and down to the stream on the other, there are areas of grass, flower borders and terraces scattered throughout the garden for you to enjoy et find sun or shade. There is a small lake, fed by the stream, which could be refilled. Across the stream there is a flat field. The garden is a truly idyllic, calm and peaceful place. The house to be renovated is at the top, as it is would make a good artist's studio, or a craft workshop, another possible source of income, the walls and roof are in good condition. Next to the previously mentioned garage is a large barn, and next to the front of the house is the boiler room, with storage space, and plumbing for the washing machine, etc. The surrounding area is Brittany at it's best. The lively village of Plessala is just a 5 minute drive away, for all your daily needs. The large town of Loudeac, large supermarkets,leisure lake, is only 15 minutes away.Many pretty villages et towns are close by. The famous beaches of North Brittany are 45 minutes by car, a little further is the ferry port of St Malo. So that's the full package, And a pretty perfect package it makes.. A large, characterful house with a presence, set in it's own grounds, but close to a good village. Very much worth a visit to see if you will fall head over heels. dont 5.00 % honoraires TTC à la charge de l'acquéreur.