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Price £49,000
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Property Description

The An Douar Residence offers apartments with large balconies and private terraces from where one can enjoy the tranquillity of the place with an unobstructed view over the Atlantic Ocean.

The 64 furnished and well decorated apartments are divided up into 3 delightful buildings, all facing the sea, as one harmonious residence, matching up the local architecture.

From studios to 2 bedroom apartments of around 23 m² to 50 m² , all of the units are equipped with three star modern convenience i.e. kitchenette with dishwasher, 4 ring cooking plate… furnished terraces and balconies, and can accommodate from 2 to 6 people. The parking area is covered and closed so as to be more aesthetically pleasing and safe.

The An Douar Residence enjoys a privileged location, worth the full attention given to its renovation and the architectural concept of the whole building, which take into account the strong local identity and which direct the way of life and the recreational activities towards the open sea.

The 64 apartments, which are based on a network of high-quality leisure activities, combine view of the open sea and nearby basic services such as local shops, restaurants, harbour…

At the centre of the Residence, high-quality services, such as swimmimg-pool, pool house, spa area, solarium, refreshment and lounge area… fit in nicely within the surroundings

The construction of the An Douar Residence will bring more value to this unique location by meeting the rising requirement of a demanding clientele for greater comfort and authenticity.

Delivery date : June 2008

Price range (before tax) : from 72,419 € to 268,203 €

ROI : 4.50 % before tax of property price before tax + 3 weeks of occupancy per year.

Argoat gag Armor … Between land and sea, Brittany spreads its 27207km² over four departments: Cotes d Armor (22), Finistere (29), Ille et Vilaine (35) and Morbihan (56). Brittany: it’s first of all the sea …
It’s the first French tourist region for seaside holiday resorts.

The Department of Finistere is surrounded by sea for more than two third of its perimeter. Despite the existence of reliefs over 300m high in the Arree and the Montagne Noire areas, it is a region with very few high points but with very uneven relief: numerous deep valleys, isolated high hills or massifs, long ridges with jutting out rocks, impressive cliffs, with many ramified bays

Because of its peninsular situation, the Department of Finistère enjoys a tempered climate, windy and humid but with dry and sunny spells.

A stones throw from the Pointe du Raz, a short distance away from the Island of Sein, An Douar, facing the ocean, seems to look after the town of Audierne, the bird sanctuary of Cap Sizun and the legendary sites of the Cornouaille coasts.

Audierne, the beauty of Cap Sizun, is located in the estuary of the Goyen river. It offers the charm of a busy harbour, of bustling quays with the trawlers leaving to go and catch the wildest of fish, the bass, in the strong current of Sein and the shellfish near the Armen lighthouse.
The narrow lanes are full of charm and along the sloping alleys, one can admire, here, a sculpted porch, and there, the remnants of an old fortress.

Activities :
• Sailing / Surfing / Diving
• Hiking on the coastal paths
• The newly-built aquarium
• Museum of traditional Breton furniture
• Maritime Museum
• Discovery of the biggest covered fish tanks in Europe

A Well-thought Programme, High-quality Services.

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