Happy Wednesday! This pretty stone house circa 1580 in Brittany, France is far too charming to resist. Set on six acres, it comes with a stable, paddocks, and a clear stream running through!
This place feels heavenly. I can imagine developing the land with permaculture into a fruitful garden, having a horse or two, maybe some chickens, and just enjoying a natural life among beautiful surroundings.
From the listing on Leggett:
Stunning 3 bedroom, Breton stone house with almost 3 hectares of land. The original part dating back to around 1580. Suitable for horses, for other animals or permaculture etc. This charming house which has been tastefully and extensively renovated is ready to move into.
Situated in a small hamlet near Motreff this super pretty home could stay as a lovely family home or could easily be divided and let for air BnB or maybe even split and have a gite! The choice is yours. This house has been beautifully and tastefully renovated and provides comfortable accommodation over 2 floors. It is ideally suited to equestrians or could just as easily be a smallholding for veggies or other animals. Outside there is a pretty garden with a vegetable patch and beyond that are tree lined paddocks bordered by a pretty crystal clear stream! There is a recently added hay store and 2 timber stables. Just a short walk away is another field of about 4 acres which has a new timber field shelter. Septic tank fitted 7 years ago. Carhaix is the nearest town, a 12 minutes drive away, and is the principal administrative centre for Central Brittany and has a selection of bars, restaurants, shops and supermarkets.
There is also a video tour with more photos here: