Bargain Friday! Charming Stone Cottage in Picturesque French Countryside – Brittany, France – $83,801

This very pretty south-facing cottage is situated on the outskirts of a tranquil hamlet and offers lovely views over the surrounding countryside. It is in extremely good order, with only a lick of paint needed to refresh the charming interior. It’s the perfect spot if you’re searching peace and quiet without the isolation; all the amenities you need including a weekly market are just a 10 min drive away in the small town of Lanvollon, and a 20 min drive will take you to some of the most stunning coastline in the Côtes d’Armor. This would make a perfect lock up and leave holiday home, and viewings for this cosy little getaway come highly recommended!
Bargain Friday! Charming Stone Cottage in Picturesque French Countryside – Brittany, France – $83,801

Happy Bargain Friday! This cottage is just so perfectly cottage-y! And it’s located in Le Faouët, a beautiful area of Brittany, France.

I would love to settle into this cozy little cottage and enjoy life in Brittany, France! It would be the perfect spot to have an art studio, with the large kitchen skylight flooding the room with light. I also spy a large fireplace to curl up next to, maybe with a happy dog or two?

Per the listing on Leggett:

This very pretty south-facing cottage is situated on the outskirts of a tranquil hamlet and offers lovely views over the surrounding countryside. It is in extremely good order, with only a lick of paint needed to refresh the charming interior. It’s the perfect spot if you’re searching peace and quiet without the isolation; all the amenities you need including a weekly market are just a 10 min drive away in the small town of Lanvollon, and a 20 min drive will take you to some of the most stunning coastline in the Côtes d’Armor. This would make a perfect lock up and leave holiday home, and viewings for this cosy little getaway come highly recommended!

More about Le Faouët, from Brittany Tourism – a truly gorgeous little town!:

Named after the beech trees that mark the pretty, rural, hilly area around it, the town of Le Faouët stands quietly in northwest Morbihan. Its centrepiece is its staggering covered market place, but its glorious outlying chapels also made painters flock to it, as is recalled in the museum

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