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  • June 20, 2022

LAND – serviced – surface 1280 m2 – facade 22 meters – depth 61 meters – double access – slightly sloping – open south view ENVIRONMENT – municipality of PLEBOULLE – 15 minutes from the beaches – 15 minutes from Cap Frehel and Fort La Latte CONSTRUCTIBILITY – area UD of PLU AVAILABILITY – immediate VERY NICE OPPORTUNITY Pleboulle is a coastal town of about 1410 inhabitants and 750 hectares, located in the upper Bay of Fresnaye. It is bordered to the north by the English Channel, to the west by the marshes of Frémur Valley and east by marshes Corbusson and Rat Valley. The people of Pléboulle are Pléboullais. To access the village and enjoy the charm of a very hilly landscape, you will leave the tourist route (the Departmental 786), about 3 km from Matignon, and take direction Montbran. The detour is worth it. But already crossing the dike bordering the Bay of Fresnaye, you'll notice that Pléboulle has a remarkable natural heritage and a proven biological interest: polders, mud flats, wetlands are home to animal and plant species great diversity. Its built heritage also deserves some attention here: many bridges and bridges crossing rivers and streams… Remains of the Gallo-Roman period show an ancient occupation. Saint Paul church of Romanesque origin, or even pre-Romanesque part is particularly distinguished by the very archaic mode of construction of the nave. The Templars have left their presence the hamlet of Temple (where they erected the chapel called "Our Lady of the Temple") and the village of Montbran and its tower. It is from this website overhang on Frémur Valley, they exercised control of any maritime activity of the valley in the twelfth century. From this period also dates back the fair of Holy Cross, better known under the name of the fair Montbran. Become today a funfair, it takes place the first weekend in September. Pléboulle is in an employment area where farming, mainly dairy, is still very important. But it also benefits from its coastal situation. The activities related to tourism are very present: camping, rental cottages, restaurants… Two hiking trails allow visitors to discover all the natural and cultural riches. Local associations contribute to the dynamism of the town by organizing entertainment throughout the year. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Patrick de Pluvié, please fill in the form below.

Zip: 22550
Country: France
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Property Id : 318835
Price: £ 71,234
Property Lot Size: 1,280 ac
Fee Scale: https://assets.adaptimmo.com/bareme/75011/bareme.pdf
Region: Brittany
Land Size Type: 0 to 1 acre
Mandat: 16387
£ 218.01
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£ 218.01

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