Longère Merléac (22)
- Surface 200 m2
- Rooms 9
- Bedrooms 6
- Land 2 855 m2
An exquisite haven of peace, freedom and comfort in a privileged natural environment.
Between tradition and modernity, a beautiful character farmhouse of 200 m².
A body of stone in the heart of a cosy renovated house.
A magnificent farmhouse of 200 m² living space, recently restored, warm and atypical interior design. Quiet environment, breath-taking view of the surrounding countryside.
Ground floor: Entrance. Living room (61 m²) with wood stove and bar. Fitted and equipped kitchen (19m²). Laundry (16.5 m²). Shower room with Italian shower (3.7 m²). WC.
1st floor: 2 bedrooms of 11m², 2 bedrooms of about 14 m², mezzanine (12m²), bathroom (7.2 m²), WC, linen room, attic (14 m²).
2nd floor: 2 bedrooms (10.2 m² and 12.7 m²), shower room (5.3 m²).
Fitted terrace. Landscaped garden of 2 855 m². Stone well. Carport for 2 cars (35 m²). Two barns: 60 and 67 m².
Stone garden shed 9 m². Double glazing, gas heating, mains drain.
Fully renovated farmhouse of 200 m² living space, comprising :
On the ground floor,
Entrance hall, tiled living/dining room with beams and stone walls, wood stove and unique craft bar (61 m²), fully equipped kitchen (19 m²), utility room (16.5 m²), bathroom with Italian shower (3.7 m²), separate WC.
On the 1st floor,
2 bedrooms (11 m² each), 2 other bedrooms (14 m² each), 1 mezzanine (12 m²), 1 bathroom (7.2 m²), independent WC, 1 linen room, 1 attic (14 m²), large built-in library.
On the 2nd floor,
2 attic bedrooms (10.2 m² and 12.7 m²), 1 shower room (5.3 m²).
Fully insulated, double glazing, gas heating, mains drainage, ADSL TV.
Clean, tarred courtyard.
Fitted terrace delimited and embellished by a decorative set of various plants and flowers.
Stone well, granite troughs.
Landscaped garden with trees and orchard of 2855 m².
Parking area for 2 cars (35 m²), 2 barns (60 and 67 m²), stone shed (9 m²).
In the heart of one of the quietest and most typical small villages in the Breton bocage, a stone's throw from the Bosméléac lake, its most picturesque natural site and the bewitching Hilvern gully, less than fifty kilometres from the coast and beaches, thirty minutes from Saint-Brieuc, this small property has, among other things, all the assets of quality traditional architecture and those of quality and tasteful interior renovation.
Serenity and freedom, comfort and well-being immediately emanate from this almost magical place.
This attractive and very charming but unpretentious house leaves no one indifferent as its discreet charm works and ostensibly conceals priceless values, perceptible at first glance, from the first visit: quality of living in the open air and in a generous and preserved Nature, a very strong impression of peace and freedom, comfort and well-being, a lot of space and an unsuspected potential of welcome and habitability...
For many, this charming home has all the features of an affordable and discreet home of happiness, ideal for a family, large or small, a couple in search of privacy and tranquillity, friends or visitors who wish to recharge their batteries and return, for a moment, to the fundamental values of a life without hassle or turmoil, far from the incessant and deafening hubbub of the big cities in particular.
Everything or almost everything is close by shops and various amenities, the sea, beaches, hiking trails, the most picturesque natural sites, fishing grounds and mushroom forests, water activities, horse riding or mountain biking...
The main stone and slate-roofed house, in excellent condition, generously offers 200 m² of living space.
An adjacent barn of 60 m² and another stone outbuilding of 67 m² can easily be converted, according to each taste, to significantly increase the accommodation capacity or for any other use at your convenience: indoor swimming pool, sport/fitness room, projection room, reception room, games room, theatre, spa/sauna, arts, crafts or mechanical workshop, rehearsal or music studio, etc...
This complex is also ideally suited to a potential gîte or bed and breakfast activity.
In the heart of the village in which it is nestled, this small property is authentic and rural. It does not, however, have all the clichés of the rustic, muddy and uncomfortable country house of a century ago. Quite the contrary.
The courtyard in front of the house is clean and fully paved: no need to put on boots when getting out of the car before entering the house. Moreover, it is adorned here and there with decorative plants and flowers of the most beautiful effect which bring a restrained touch to vegetation skilfully contained and perfectly maintained. A superb old stone well is enthroned in the centre of this welcoming and pleasant courtyard. A 35 m² préau allows the parking of two vehicles sheltered from bad weather.
On entering the house, the cleanliness and maintenance of the premises are confirmed.
The interior of the house has been completely renovated, with quality materials and under the rules of the Art.
The entrance hall leads to a superb 61 m² living room, tiled and modernised, some parts of the walls of which have retained their exposed stone and whose ceilings reveal the superb beams that illustrate the traditional authenticity of the building. The whole is superb.
The judicious choice of colours and light tones in this room resolutely optimises the luminosity and in particular the natural light coming through during the day. At dusk, the LED lighting on the ceiling wonderfully supplements the reduction in penetrating light.
On one side, a superb wood-burning stove occupies the inside of a beautiful stone and granite fireplace.
On the other, the conviviality space is around a unique artisanal bar as the centrepiece. Made of solid wood and metal and featuring the screw wheel of an old wine-press, this original bar is both a work of craftsmanship and a work of art.
These two decorative and functional elements seem to echo each other in their partly metallic composition and their play of colour and nuances.
The adjoining barn, which can be converted, is an extension of this welcoming and convivial space.
This ground floor also features a magnificent, fully equipped, modern 19 m² kitchen, itself in bright, light colours, opening onto the garden.
Another room of 16.5 m², now used as a laundry room, has an independent opening onto the outside. It can also be used as an office, an adjoining living room, a boudoir or a guest room, which is very useful at this level for people with reduced mobility. It also has access to an adjoining bathroom with an Italian shower and an independent toilet.
The first floor has four bedrooms, each measuring 11 to 14 m².
A 12 m² mezzanine can be used as an office, games room or video room, for example.
A bathroom, a separate toilet, a linen room and a 14 m² attic for conversion complete this floor.
The second floor includes 2 other bedrooms, each with attic space, each with superb exposed beams and fitted with built-in wardrobes, and a shower room.
The living area and the potential for extension of this surface area are one of the major assets of this pretty little house, which is very spacious overall.
The whole plot is landscaped and planted with a large part of the fruit of various species.
With a surface area of 2,855 m², it remains easy to keep up while providing a significant outdoor space. Neither too large nor too small for a use that is above all for pleasure.
From this garden, the view overlooking the surrounding Breton bocage is worthy of the most beautiful landscape paintings by Maître: ecstasy and contemplation are guaranteed.
Finally, a small stone building of 9 m² can be used to store garden tools or for any other purpose and a functional henhouse is available.
This small, traditional and renovated property benefits from full insulation and double glazing, gas central heating and mains drainage.
Neighbourhood in the immediate vicinity but not overlooked.
The electrical installation complies with current standards.
This is a carefree house par excellence with no worries or unpleasant surprises, but whose considerable potential remains untapped.
A small gem of this type, very endearing and very affordable, relatively rare, if not exceptional: it undoubtedly deserves the utmost attention and care.
Advertiser reference: 116128IPL22 - Le Figaro Properties reference: 30809579
- Garage & parking
- Surface 200 m2
- Rooms 9
- Bedrooms 6
- Land 2 855 m2
- Construction N/A*
- Nb of floors 2
- Parking 1
- Bathrooms 3
- Toilets 2
- Terraces 1
- Exposure N/A*
- Heating Gas
- Kitchen Equipee
- Property tax 725 €
Energy Performance Certificate
in KWhPE/m²/yearC (103)
- A ≤ 50
- B 51 to 90
- C 91 to 150
- D 151 to 230
- E 231 to 330
- F 331 to 450
- G > 451
GreenHouse Gas emission
in CO2eqkg/m²/yearD (24)
- A ≤ 5
- B 6 to 10
- C 11 to 20
- D 21 to 35
- E 36 to 55
- F 56 to 80
- G > 80
This condominium is not subject to ownership
No procedures in progress
Fees to be paid by the seller
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