Ideally located in the heart of a public and private forest of more than 1000 hectares, this hunting lodge offers you the charm of the 19th century and the modernity of the 21st century.
Restored according to the rules of the art by enthusiasts, the property built in 1896 was equipped with the most modern equipment for the time. The construction is made of blue schist, granite and bricks and offers you a 360° view of the garden.
Listed as historical monuments by order of May 27, 2008 because of its exceptional architecture, the house is located on a flowered and wooded garden of 4,433m².
You will discover inside a floor area of 360 m² (i.e. 226 m² of living space under the Carrez law).
On entering, on the ground floor, you have an entrance, a dining room with its fireplace, a living room also with a fireplace. You will discover an equipped and fitted kitchen. Then, a large bedroom with its access to the outside.
Going up the Montmartre-type winding staircase, you reach the first floor which includes three large bedrooms, one of which has a large dressing room, balcony-terrace and view of the park. You also find upstairs, a bathroom with toilet.
Going down to the basement, you find a large bedroom with shower room and toilet. You have an equipped laundry room. There is the possibility of installing a sauna and/or an independent kitchen.
Majestic and full of character, this pavilion takes you on a journey through time. The walls are adorned with carved panelling, the doors and windows are original. The upstairs frames in oak double glazing were reproduced identically by a certified company.
Here the charm mixes with the luxury of the equipment. The house is self-sufficient in water thanks to a borehole that draws spring water filtered by the forest. The original well has also been preserved. For heating, once again modernity has been brought by preserving the house. The gamekeeper heated only with fireplaces at the beginning of the 20th century.
To preserve the house, no radiators, the choice fell on underfloor heating by geothermal energy on the two levels of the house. A guarantee of comfort all year round without cooling the ground thanks to the verticality of the heaters.
In the 19th century, the Parisian architect Destailleur opted for careful insulation. The cut stone and brick walls were doubled during construction, leaving a large air gap to insulate it.
The owners wanted to provide better insulation where possible on the first floor and in the basement, while preserving the atypical character of the place. The house is "double" built and this offers an energy diagnosis B and a climate diagnosis A.
Major upgrading work has been done, the electricity is new and fully fitted, the plumbing is new. The septic tank dates from the 19th century and is a real stone vaulted room with a volume of 30m³. The current owner has made sure to drain and that everything is healthy and in good condition.
This charming forest pavilion can become your main residence or a vacation spot. There is also the possibility of creating guest rooms in this area which is both calm and touristy.
This clearing is well served, 40 minutes from the beaches of Concarneau or Douarnenez, 30 minutes from downtown Quimper and 55 minutes from Brest.
Nearby you have all the amenities, doctor, schools, bakery, supermarket. The tourist sites are also very numerous, pedestrian and equestrian paths invite you to discover nature.
Come visit this marvelous hunting lodge, listen to the sound of the river and let yourself be tempted by a trip to the 19th century.