- Reference: LN-2K497
- Property Type: House
- Location: 29300, Quimperle, Finistère, Brittany
- Habitable Space: 1500 m2
- Land Space: 8.6 ha
- Sale Price: €1,352,000
- Bedrooms: 6
Ref.3936 : French manor house for sale in Brittany.
The manor is anchored in Brittany, 30 minutes from the first beaches. It is ideally located on the south coast of Finistère, close to tourist towns such as Concarneau or the "city of painters", Pont-Aven. It is also halfway between the main towns of the Finistère (Quimper) and Morbihan (Lorient) departments. The first amenities are accessible in a few minutes.
Built between the 15th and 16th centuries, the manor house and its outbuildings are set in a green and wooded environment of approx. 8.6 ha (26 acres). A river flows below and contributes to the feeling of serenity that emanates from the property. Fish passes have been installed, respecting the natural character of the site. Beautiful walks sheltered by the foliage of the trees await the happy visitors.
The various buildings offer a total of 1,500sqm, now used as gîtes, studios and flats.
The place is ideal for organising receptions, events, seminars... A professional kitchen and a reception area are just waiting to be woken up.
The property includes :
THE MANOR :
Ground floor: reception areas, professional kitchen.
Upstairs: 6 bedrooms are available.
The manor house was extended in the 1970s and 1980s, creating 10 flats and an indoor swimming pool area.
THE OUTBUILDINGS :
Close to the manor house, 2 stone longères have been converted into gîtes. Each of the outbuildings offers 4 accommodations.
Further away from the manor, 2 stone buildings have been converted into gîtes. Each of these buildings offers 2 accommodations. It is possible to separate them from the sale without affecting the integrity of the property.
The manor house and its outbuildings are surrounded by a preserved natural setting. The site calls for serenity and the pleasure of strolling among the trees. The woods are made up of numerous species (oak, chestnut, beech, etc.) and are enhanced by a natural river - with fish passes - which runs below the buildings. The total land area is approximately 26 acres (8.6 hectares), including more than 1 hectare of parkland for the buildings.