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A private island in Morbihan, Brittany

A private island in Morbihan

Facing the boats, the main house enjoys a spectacular view

Five minutes from Vannes, Arradon or Séné, the 7.5-ha of the island of Boédic offer a splendid panorama on the continent, as well as five buildings for a combined 880 sq m, including a Anglo Norman Master house is walk-in condition. Built in the late 19th century, it overlooks the Gulf of Morbihan with a 360° view. A couple of keeper’s houses and a stone Longère provide impeccable comfort and style. A chapel has been converted into a concert hall, with a piano in lieu of altar. A music lover, the current owner, a famous Paris lawyer, even had speakers built into fake boulders so he could listen to opera on the grounds outside. “The site was entirely refurbished after large-scale renovating,” Bénéat-Chauvel says. “It could easily be turned into a luxury hotel, bearing in mind that this is a protected area.” The coastline is just five minutes away by boat.

Price : de 5 000 000 € à 10 000 000 €

© Pierre Bouras Estate agent : Bénéat – Chauvel Immobilier – Vannes, http://www.beneat-chauvel.com