Le Faouet is a small town of just under 3,000 population located about 25 kilometres from the southward facing coast of Brittany. The name is Breton for ""beech forest" and there ae many beech trees of all sizes in the grounds surrounding the house. There are the usual amenities one would expect to find in a small French town of this size. Le Faouet is known for three main things; a large covered "Halle" which covers a considerable area of the square which forms the centre of the town and dates to the
Brief summary. A well presented detached Neo-Breton style three bed / 3 bath house in two acres of mature landscaped gardens with lake of approximately 800 sq. m. The house is on three levels, the semi basement of approx. 125 sq. m. includes a large tiled utility area, wine cellar, workshop and two garages; staircase to the first floor of approx. 150 sq. m.
Two deceptively spacious detached stone cottages each with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, full oil fired central heating and wood burning stove. Ideal for use as a home with an income or two families wishing to live close together. Situated in a small hamlet, the cottages have their own private driveway, ½ acre of garden and 1 ½ acre paddock. They are adjacent to four fishing lakes and boast lovely views across the surrounding valley and stunning countryside.