Bargain French Property: 9 Habitable homes for sale under €50,000

Bargain French Property: 9 Habitable homes for sale under €50,000

With experts predicting French property prices would fall this year, now might be the time to snap up a bolthole in France, and it doesn’t have to cost you that much. Here are nine properties that are ready to be enjoyed for less than €50,000. From a townhouse in Charente, to cottages in Brittany, Normandy or elsewhere in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, here are some bargain buys…


Commercial space with apartment above in Haute-Vienne, Nouvelle Aquitaine €46,600

Situated in the heart of the medieval town of Rochechouart 40 minutes from Limoges Airport, this property offers a lovely three-bed apartment with an old shop space and attached barn. The living space is in good order but the barn roof does need work. The property is connected to mains drains and town gas central heating and all of the amenities of the town are within an easy stroll.

On the market for €46,600

Two-bed cottage in Charente, Nouvelle Aquitaine €49,500

This semi-detached stone and tiled property with a garden is south-east facing and situated in a village not too far from shops, in the area of Brillac. It’s connected to mains drainage and the roof is in good condition, plus it is sold furnished.

On the market for €49,500

Charming one-bed house in Vienne, Nouvelle Aquitaine €48,000

A five minute walk from the Villesalem priory, this house has views across the countryside and its electrics and plumbing have both recently been replaced. The larger towns of Le Blanc and Montmorillon are both a fifteen minute drive away.

On the market for €48,000

Two-bed cottage in Manche, Normandy €44,500

A two-bedroom stone house with a small garden situated in a convenient location within walking distance of all amenities and 50 miles from Caen ferry port. It benefits from light rooms with high ceilings, is connected to mains water and drainage, and has a detached garage.

On the market for €44,500

Two-bed cottage in Finistère, Brittany €47,600

Semi detached cottage in the lovely village of La Feuillée in Parc Naturel Régional d’Armorique, boasting a large reception room with a kitchen/diner on one side and a lounge on the other, a shower room downstairs and two bedrooms upstairs. There is also room in the attic for a further small bedroom, or storage room.

On the market for €47,600

Semi-detached cottage in Manche, Normandy €39,500

This semi-detached cottage with two ground floor bedrooms and potential for a loft conversion has a small manageable garden which surrounds the property. It’s situated in the southwest of Normandy, near the borders of Manche and Calvados, and 50 miles from Caen ferry port.

On the market for €39,500

Pretty cottage in Creuse, Nouvelle Aquitaine €45,000

Recently reduced, this pretty two-bedroom semi-detached house is the ideal holiday home, set just 15 kms from the large town of La Souterainne with a choice of supermarkets and all facilities. The back door opens out to commune land which is used by the vendors for barbecues and sitting out in the sun.

On the market for €45,000

Three-bed townhouse in Charente, Nouvelle Aquitaine €45,000

This townhouse in the heart of the town of Ruffec, with its station, shops and services within walking distance, is connected to the mains drainage system and has a southern exposure. It’s ready to be moved into but still has potential for further renovation.

On the market for €45,000

Three-bed lock-up-and-leave in Indre, Centre-Val de Loire €41,600

In the centre of the village of Écueillé, this property has everything on its doorstep, the supermarket is just around the corner, bars, restaurants and many other shops are also within a very short walk. It offers three bedrooms, has a courtyard space and is connected to mains drainage.

On the market for €41,600

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