These nine properties for sale in France are both cheap and charming
This two-bedroom countryside house comes with a large barn and almost 3,000sqm of land, offering lots of potential. It’s in a small hamlet near the lively riverside town of Ambrières-les-Vallées. The charming interior combines exposed beams, large windows and feature fireplaces.
This renovated four-bedroom ‘maison de maître’ with a separate garden is in a lovely riverside village under an hour from Poitiers airport. The house is on the main square so os close to the boulangerie and a popular bar/restaurant. The village also has a hairdresser, butcher, and municipal swimming pool set in communal gardens alongside the river.
This pretty two-bedroom stone cottage in Guémené-sur-Scorff is on a side road yet close to bars and restaurants. Character features include original beams and a stone fireplace with a woodburner. Outside the garden has an area of level lawn plus a higher level with seating and views over the roof to woodland.
This large stone and half-timbered house is in the heart of the Plus Beaux Village of Lauzerte, just a few steps from the main square and viewpoint. The village is also a stop along the pilgrim’s route to Santiago de Compostella. With 3 bedrooms and a large vaulted cellar, the property would be ideal as a lock-up-and-leave holiday home.
With large terraces, garden and communal swimming pool, this immaculately presented villa comes is located on an exclusive park 1km from Chateau des Forges 27-hole golf club. For sale fully furnished, it has an open-plan lounge and kitchen with exposed beams and woodburner, two double bedrooms. one en-suite, plus a family bathroom.
Renovated in 2004, this three-bedroom village house has a garage and courtyard. There’s a large cellar to be renovated with independent access. The ground floor comprises a sitting room, dining room, separate fitted kitchen, WC, and there’s a large cellar to be renovated with independent access and laundry.
Built in 2001 overlooking farmland, this two-bedroom property features a spacious central living space. Within the grounds is the shell of an existing barn to develop should you desire. The beautiful gardens offer views across the countryside, and Bergerac airport is 80km away.
With its bright blue shutters and symmetrical façade, this traditional Charentaise house has plenty of kerb appeal. Inside there’s a large living room with woodburner, kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms, and two large attics, while outside there’s a courtyard area with seating, a large garden, barn and garage. In a quiet hamlet just 10 minutes from Mansle and its supermarkets and restaurants.
This four-bedroom village house has lots of character with exposed stonework, beams and stone fireplaces. Located near Brecey and the larger town of Avranches, it would be ideal as a holiday or permanent home. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with fruit trees including peach, plum, pear and apple, and there are far reaching views of the countryside.