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Reference244984
Price1,491,000 EUR
Bedrooms25
Bathrooms14
Floor Space671.0m2
Land Area9,725.0m2

Stylish 25 bedroom Complex for sale in Plestin Les Greves, Brittany

1,491,000 EUR
1,261,276 GBP1,569,262 USD
Located in a quiet setting in Plestin Les Greves, this unique estate comprises of a main 6 bedroom house, 6 gites, swimming pool, sauna, magnificent wooded grounds, well, various outbuildings, reception room and ample parking spaces.

Main house is on 3 levels: large entrance hall, beautiful modern kitchen opening onto the dining room, double living room, 6 bedrooms including 4 suites, bathroom, shower room and 4 WC's. There is also a private garden area. This house can accommodate 14 people.

Living space 172m2 - entrance 9m2. Kitchen/dining room 34m2. Living room 35m2. Bedroom 1: 16m2. Bedroom 2: 16m2. Bedroom 3: 14m2. Bedroom 4: 14m2. Bathroom: 5m2. Bedroom 5: 9m2. Bedroom 6:...
Located in a quiet setting in Plestin Les Greves, this unique estate comprises of a main 6 bedroom house, 6 gites, swimming pool, sauna, magnificent wooded grounds, well, various outbuildings, reception room and ample parking spaces.

Main house is on 3 levels: large entrance hall, beautiful modern kitchen opening onto the dining room, double living room, 6 bedrooms including 4 suites, bathroom, shower room and 4 WC's. There is also a private garden area. This house can accommodate 14 people.

Living space 172m2 - entrance 9m2. Kitchen/dining room 34m2. Living room 35m2. Bedroom 1: 16m2. Bedroom 2: 16m2. Bedroom 3: 14m2. Bedroom 4: 14m2. Bathroom: 5m2. Bedroom 5: 9m2. Bedroom 6: 9m2. Shower room: 2m2.

Gite 1:
Sleeps 8, living space 98m2 on 2 levels: kitchen opening into the dining/living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 shower rooms, 2 WC's, central heating, wood-burning stove, terrace and private garden area.

Gite 2:
Sleeps 6, living space 85m2 on 2 levels: kitchen opening into the dining room, 2 bedrooms including 1 suite, shower room, 2 WC's, terrace and private garden.

Gite 3:
Sleeps 8, living space 63m2 on 2 levels: entrance hall, veranda, living room, open-plan kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 shower rooms, 2 WC's, central heating, wood-burning stove, private garden.

Gite 4:
Sleeps 10, living space 109m2 on 2 levels: kitchen opening into the living/dining room, 4 bedrooms including 1 suite, shower room, 2 WC's, central heating, wood-burning stove, terrace and private garden.

Gite 5:
Sleeps 6, living space 66m2 on 2 levels: kitchen opening into the living/dining room, 3 bedrooms, shower rooms, bathroom, 2 WC's, spacious veranda, central heating, wood-burning stove, private garden.

Gite 6:
Sleeps 8, living space 76m2 on 2 levels: entrance hall, veranda, open-plan living room with TV, dining room and living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 shower rooms, 2 WC's, central heating and wood burner, terrace and private garden.

Outside: swimming pool, sauna, well, domestic water filtration system, outbuildings, workshop, garden pavilion and numerous parking spaces complete this property, all set in richly planted gardens with a large variety of fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, exotic plants and lawns with a total surface area of 9,725m2.
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