Corner pavilion of an old property (3,000 m2) with a semi enclosed garden of 900 m2, equipped with a portico and a ping pong table.
The house benefits from a remarkable built environment, landscape and sea, close to the port of Perros with its many shops (fish market held by women fishermen, market on Wednesday morning, two bakeries, cafes restaurants, wine shop .. .)
Opposite to the east side street where traffic is limited to 30kmh, several parking spaces are available for free.
The well-appointed house gives on the west a beautiful terrace of 20 m2 in slate stone, extended by the garden of 900 m2.
On the ground floor, overlooking the terrace by two doors, are the 30m2 living room with a kitchen in the corner and a bedroom with a double bed (140x190); at this level and facing the entrance is the bathroom (shower and sink) with toilet.
Upstairs, two bedrooms with sea views and equipped with a single bed and a bathroom with a large bath, sink and toilet.
The electrically heated house (convincesperformants) is well equipped with washing machines and crockery, electric plate 4 induction hobs, barbecue and internet access + TV.
You located in the heart of the pink granite coast, is characterized by an architectural heritage, remarkable landscape and sea, you will discover, near Perros, the magnificent coastal path of Customs, the pink rocks of Ploumanac'h, the reserve birds of the seven islands, two sandy beaches, two churches, villas from the early 20th when Perros has become a popular seaside resort with hotels and casino.
Note that Ploumanac'h who is part of Perros was elected in 2015 on France 2 as the favorite village of the French.
This seaside resort of 7500 inhabitants year-round offers a wide variety of sports activities (sailing, fun board, surf, paddle, kayak, tennis, golf courses of Saint Samson and Bégard nearby), fitness (thalasso) and leisure activities (cinemas, casino, renowned chamber music festival ...)
Outside Perros and even nearby, many visits and hikes are to be made to discover remarkable sites (like the Talbert furrow), as well as several monuments (castles, mansions and churches); Going further to Morlaix are beautiful parish enclosures.