13 reasons to buy the March 2018 issue of French Property News
PUBLISHED: 09:19 14 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:31 14 February 2018
Need a dose of sunshine in this never-ending winter? Our March issue is now on sale and has lots of lovely French homes to tempt you, as well as expert advice and inspiring location features. Here’s why you should buy the March 2018 issue of French Property News.
1. Read our new property diary
With this issue, we’re starting a new regular feature where you can read the diary of a househunting trip. First stop? A long weekend in Dordogne!
2. Enjoy boating in France
We look at the pros of boating on French inland waterways and owning a waterside home.
3. Explore Loire-Atlantique
This area is as beautiful as it is diverse: from salt marshes to a bustling city, Loire-Atlantique has something to suit everyone.
4. Know how to deal with dietary requirements in France
Get expert insight on how to inform restaurants and friends in France about your food allergies or requirements.
5. Get to know the different districts in Paris
Insider knowledge on which arrondissements in the French capital will suit your lifestyle and househunting requirements best.
6. Hear from other expats
From setting up a tea room in Dordogne to leaving Australia for the snowy Vosges, our Real Life writers are full of surprises.
7. Learn it all from an interior designer
Interior designer Hannah Elizabeth spoke to us about her life and business in France and let us in on some industry info.
8. Discover the Côte Bleue
This beautiful stretch of coast on the Riviera boasts charming creeks and tiny ports and is one of France’s best-kept secrets.
9. Take on a business
An artist retreat in the lovely Ariège department is on the market and it sounds like a dream.
10. Can you make France your tax haven?
France is not necessarily the high-tax country everyone thinks it is and it is possible for you to save money if you move to France.
11. Look out for gorgeous properties
As usual, our pages are full of beautiful houses on the market but we may have found our ultimate dream home in a former convent in Tarascon…
12. Take a stroll in Saintes
The capital of the ancient province now known as Charente-Maritime has a fascinating history and plenty of options for future property buyers.
13. Get insight from an architect
Expat architect Nick Adams learned the tricks of the trade in France while converting a barn in Nouvelle-Aquitaine and tells us how to establish a successful architectural brief.
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