French properties for sale in April that you will love

French properties for sale in April that you will love

Are you looking for a property for sale in France? Our selection of French properties this month includes a traditional house in Dordogne, a beautiful French château and a pretty cottage in Brittany…

Beaumont-du-Périgord, Dordogne, Nouvelle Aquitaine


This pretty Périgourdine stone house sits on a plot of more than three hectares in the heart of rural Dordogne. This characterful four-bedroom home has plenty of original features including exposed stone walls, wooden beams and a ceramic sink. The living room also has a beautiful stone fireplace. In addition, there are two bedrooms, kitchen, garage and cellar. With enclosed pastures and stables, this home would suit those with horses. The property enjoys peaceful surroundings and yet is only a couple of minutes from the historic bastide town of Beaumont-du-Périgord with its shops and weekly market.

Find out more about this property from Agence Eleonor

Kergrist-Moëlou, Côtes-d’Armor, Brittany


This cute former hunting cottage is situated in open countryside in a small hamlet, with undisturbed views and a secluded rear garden of approximately a third of an acre. The property comprises two bedrooms, a kitchen/diner, living room with traditional fireplace and wood-burning stove, and bathroom. A five-minute drive away is the little village of Kergrist-Moëlou with a bar/shop, and within 6km is the larger village of Maël-Carhaix with shops, restaurants, post office, bakeries, banks, dentist and English-speaking doctors. A fantastic price for a lovely pied-à-terre.

Find out more about this property from A House in Brittany


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St-Yrieix-la-Perche, Haute-Vienne, Nouvelle Aquitaine


This lovely four-bedroom farmhouse with adjoining barn enjoys superb country views in a quiet setting. The house has large light rooms with plenty of original features. The spacious living/dining room boasts a tiled floor, exposed beams and a fireplace with wood-burning stove. The accommodation also includes a separate fully fitted kitchen, laundry room and two bathrooms. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room and WC. Outside are mature gardens and a terrace in front of the property which is the perfect place to enjoy the tranquillity.

Find out more about this property from Limousin Property Agents

Roussac, Haute-Vienne, Nouvelle Aquitaine


Beautifully restored with no expense spared, this château, annexe and barns form a stunning family home and luxury B&B in peaceful and popular Haute-Vienne. The towers date back to the 12th century while the granite cobbled courtyard is 17th century. Being sold privately for €850,000, the three-bedroom castle and three-bedroom annexe are set in more than three acres of grounds and are brimming with château chic. Think flagstones, granite, oak, iron, parquet and Italian tiles.

Find out more about this property from Private Property Sellers

Sainte-Sévère-sur-Indre, Indre, Centre-Val de Loire


Tucked away in Indre’s quaint countryside, this two-bedroom house is ideal for enjoying some peace and quiet. On the ground floor there is a lounge with an open hearth fireplace, a fully fitted kitchen, plus a master bedroom and bathroom. The property also comes with an attached two-storey studio apartment that can be accessed from the main house; ideal for visiting friends and family.

Find out more about this property from Jovimmo Immobilier


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Cénac-et-St-Julien, Dordogne, Nouvelle Aquitaine


Here is a barn conversion sure to set hearts racing. Hidden away in the heart of a small village not far from the riverside town of Cénac-et-St-Julien in a popular part of Dordogne, it has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The 400m² of grounds contain a pool and south-facing terrace and, though the property has double-glazing, high-speed internet and a satellite dish, it also brims with character features including a double-height lounge ceiling. It’s on the market for €290,000.

Find out more about this property from Abord Immo

Near Gorron, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire


Want a fuss-free start to French life? This 200-year-old farmhouse in the countryside near Gorron in Mayenne is being sold furnished and has recently been re-roofed and rewired as have its many outbuildings. The property has three double bedrooms, lovely views and 4,000m² of grounds plus a two-storey games room, a two-storey barn and a workshop. The septic tank will need an upgrade, but that’s common with many French properties – and this one is just €120,000.

Find out more about this property from Rankin SARL

Castillon-du-Gard, Gard, Occitanie


Castillon-du-Gard is a medieval village with pretty alleyways which wind their way between houses built of golden stone. There are beautiful views over the Gardon valley, which includes the silhouette of the Roman Pont du Gard in the distance – idyllic. For sale in this charming village is a traditional stone three-bedroom house, full of character. The main part of the house is currently entered from a large terrace; inside there’s a fully equipped kitchen and very light living/dining room with fireplace. On the ground floor a self-contained one-bedroom apartment opens out onto the pool. There’s an extensive garden, a garage and a traditional stone shelter.

Find out more about this property from Leggett Immobilier

Near Cordes-sur-Ciel, Tarn, Occitanie


Magnificent views over rural Tarn are offered from this large house near the famous town of Cordes-sur-Ciel. With six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a big open-plan living area and a salt water swimming pool, all set in 1.75 acres, it has plenty of space to accommodate everyone. A major draw is the kitchen-diner, which opens to full roof height and has handsome beams, country views and granite worktops. On the market for €549,000, the property has central heating and a garage.

Find out more about this property from Agence l’Union


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Near Castera-Verduzan, Gers, Occitanie


Completely renovated by the architect who currently owns it, this three-bedroom county house is totally unique – all that is old and ancient has been married with new, cool and contemporary style. Situated on the edge of a countryside hamlet near the spa town of Castera-Verduzan, this property is in a great location being just 90 minutes from the ski slopes and 75 minutes from Toulouse airport. The property was formerly a barn and the original stone wine pressoir has been kept in the office. The dining room and seating area boasts a huge bay window framing the views over the undulating fields towards the distant mountains.

Find out more about this property from Compass Immobilier

Arles-sur-Tech, Pyrénées-Orientales, Occitanie


This lovely four-bedroom country home has stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The property has been renovated to a high standard and is ready to move into, with no additional work required. A spacious living/dining room opens onto a terrace, swimming pool and gardens. The kitchen and bathroom are modern, and the rooms have been decorated in a light neutral style. The rooms are well-proportioned, and with plenty of windows, they are light and bright. The small historic town of Arles is close by and the airports of Perpignan and Carcassonne are within easy reach.

Find out more about this property from Artaxa Immo

Near Voulême, Vienne, Nouvelle-Aquitaine


This pretty two-bedroom stone cottage would make a very comfortable home just a short drive from the market town of Voulême. Outside is an attached barn and an open hangar which makes for a lovely alfresco dining area, looking out onto the planted courtyard garden. The kitchen is spacious, cosy and full of character; there is a fireplace built into the oak kitchen units, large windows bringing in plenty of light, French doors leading to the living room, exposed beams and tiled floors.

Find out more about this property from Allez-Français

Abeilhan, Hérault, Occitanie


Stroll to the restaurant or dine alfresco in the courtyard gardens of your chic home – the choice is yours with this property in the centre of Abeilhan, a winegrowers’ village between Béziers and Pézenas. Forty minutes from the beach, the property overflows with regional features including ornate tiles and stained glass. On the market for €395,900 it has three or four bedrooms, two tasteful bathrooms, a two-storey barn to convert and plenty of space for a pool.

Find out more about this property from Freddy Rueda SARL

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