Good Monday morning! It’s been a while since my last post and I’m glad to be back. Today I bring you a historic 18th century windmill conversion! It is now a cozy three-bedroom cottage with sea views, located on “a wild peninsula where coastal paths and sandy beaches abound” in Finistère, France – all for $203,000!
This would be such a fun property to own – perhaps you could rent it out summers (reserving a prime week or two for yourself of course)! In the winter you could garrison yourself in the tower bedroom and write or paint, then spend time walking in nature for a breath of fresh air. What an interesting place.
From the listing:
At the bend of a country lane a few steps from the sea, this old mill full of charm proudly sits in the middle of its pleasant ground with its well, all located in peace and without nuisance. Built on the peninsula of Crozon, famous for its landscapes and beaches, around 1750, this mill will require some refreshments to fully regain its charm.
The mill has on three levels a small living room with fireplace, a kitchen, a small room and a bathroom with toilet for the ground floor. The two upper floors each have a bedroom. Located in the countryside without nuisance, the mill is located on a plot of 1400 m2.
In a wild peninsula where coastal paths and sandy beaches abound, the mill is 1 minutes from the beach. Shops and services are 5 minutes away. 10 minutes from the seaside resort of Morgat.