The house is situated on the edge of the village of Guilliers in the department of Morbihan. It was built in the 1930s, in traditional French style of stone with a slate roof. The floors inside are predominately chestnut planks. All rooms have high ceilings and large windows with hardwood frames incorporating secondary double glazed units.
All rooms are fitted with radiators heated from the oil fired central heating system in the cellar. The property has mains electricity, mains drainage, mains water and bottled gas.
There is a well with an electric pump for water supply to the garden.
The property consists of four floors. The "sous sol" or cellar, the first floor with kitchen, hall, cloackroom and sitting room,
the second floor with 3 double bedrooms, landing and bathroom and the
attic which is fully floored and wired and extends over the whole upstairs area.
There are three useful outbuildings.