An authentic, 17th century manor house and its wooded parklands
in the centre of the Kreiz-Breizh area, where all Brittany’s walking trails meet
Carhaix-Plouguer, COTES-D'ARMOR brittany 29270 FR


Brittany, a region which was once a duchy, is first and foremost a peninsula. In its centre and at the heart of its traditions, the area known as Kreiz-Breizh houses this manor. The seaside is but an hour’s drive away, whether to the east, the north or the south.


A nearby canal enables narrow boats to moor up and its passengers to reach this property in just a few steps. Gates, at the end of a no-through road, open on to a wooded driveway which crosses parklands, planted with impressive species protecting a little chapel. The driveway leads to the manor house, the facade of which extends longwise. A swimming pool, a flower-filled garden and a vast wood compose the area behind the house. The vegetation keeps the manor house out of sight of the exterior world.

The manor house

This house, spanning two levels under an attic floor, initially appears to be rectangular in shape. It is topped with a gable roof, featuring three roof dormers, and has shutters or older bars at the windows. An old, adjoining outbuilding is now partially given over to living space. A vast garage, with a wide porch, has been added to its end.
But that is without taking the unexpected depth of the house into account. A wing, in line with the entrance door, set at right angles and completely out of sight of the facade, extends behind the house.

Ground floor
The main entrance door opens into a vast reception room. A solid wood stairway goes upstairs. Authenticity reigns courtesy of the old flagstones and exposed beams. There is also a granite fireplace. Two steps, straight in front of the entrance door, go up to the rear wing where the main bedroom, its bathroom and its dressing room have direct access to a swimming pool. Another two doors in the reception room provide access, on the one hand, to a kitchen with a more rustic granite fireplace and, on the other, to a vast lounge with a cathedral ceiling and a mezzanine. A tall fireplace dominates this spacious area, a rarity in a house from this era.
First floor
The stairway goes up to a hall which provides access to five bedrooms, housed in the main building and the rear wing. Fireplaces, wooden parquet flooring and old doors reflect the passage of time. Three of the bedrooms are cleverly adjoined to one another, but closed doors ensure privacy.
Second floor
A second, less robust, wooden stairway goes up directly into the “family library” on the second floor. This vast room could be used for a multitude of purposes: a reading or games room, a dormitory or even a table-tennis room. Three roof dormers illuminate this spacious area exuding character and featuring a high roofing framework. Behind a funny little wooden door, the attic above the rear wing could be converted. The outstanding, hexagonal roofing framework makes it possible to imagine the top of a former tower and its hip roof.

The chapel

This chapel stands at the entrance to the wooded parklands, but in sight of the manor house. Small and awaiting restoration, it is nevertheless weathertight. A granite font set on a pedestal appears to keep watch over the entrance.

The wooded parklands

The manor house’s surroundings are undulating and wooded. The property blends beautifully in with its natural setting. The entrance parklands are dotted with a variety of species. The woods, planted with tall, slender conifers, at the rear of the manor house look out over the meadows. Numerous evergreen species ensure that the house is kept out of sight of onlookers all year round.

The swimming pool

This rectangular swimming pool was constructed in 1984, with a constant depth of 1.50 m. It will need some restoration works before it can be used.

Our opinion

In these greatly-changing times, recharging one’s batteries in natural surroundings, in a house more than 400 years old, near to a pastoral river canal, in the shelter of a no-through road, amidst parklands with protective trees, becomes more of a luxury every day. Consequently, this manor house could quickly become the ideal haven for going back to an era when time passed more slowly. This property is still in its original condition, some doors creak, some of the glass panes contain bubbles and an outdated wash-hand basin is still in the main bedroom. Both the eiderdown and the fireplace are there for the winter. Everything is ready to provide residents with a taste of the past and let them quietly envisage the future. In this Celtic country abounding in megaliths and Gallic vestiges, owners of this manor house can but appreciate their natural surroundings.

350 000 €
Fees at the Vendor’s expense

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Reference 295226

Land registry surface area 6600 m2
Main building surface area 350 m2
Outbuilding surface area 60 m2
Number of bedrooms 6

French Energy Performance Diagnosis


Jérôme Masson +33 1 42 84 80 85



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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.

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