Looking for a unique French property? Why not purchase a tower

Looking for a unique French property? Why not purchase a tower

You’ve seen farmhouses, townhouses, cottages and castles, now take a look at these stunning French towers on the market

€129,320, Côtes d’Armor, Brittany

Not many people can say they’ve lived in a folly, but you could if you purchased this stunning property in the little Breton village of Landebaëron. The 19th-century, four-storey tower is beautifully decorated and cosy inside, with a kitchen/diner, living room, bathroom, two double bedrooms and cellar. The property sits within a lovely enclosed garden, although the upper floors offer spectacular views,

On the market with Leggett

€344,500, Lot-et-Garonne, Nouvelle Aquitaine

Looking for a classic and functional home with a twist? This eye-catching house close to the village of Bruch offers spacious and recently-renovated rooms, a feature fireplace, and a fun tower. The property includes three bedrooms and a large games room, as well as two smaller circular tower rooms you could use as an office and readying nook. While the house is fairly secluded, village amenities including a school are a short drive away, and 20 minutes away is the city of Agen.

On the market with Leggett

€1.19m, Hérault, Occitanie

How fabulous is this impressive property set amongst the vineyards and countryside of Hérault. With a character exterior and contemporary interior the house is a perfect mix of old and new, and that impressive five-storey tower is certainly a talking point. The house offers four-bedrooms, large living spaces and a games room, all with luxurious decorative touches. It also comes with a two-storey outbuilding to renovate, a summer kitchen and terrace, and a whopping three hectares of land including woods.

On the market with Leggett

€129,710, Deux-Sèvres, Nouvelle Aquitaine

This enormous property has so much to offer to the right person willing to put the work in. The 12th century tower benefits from a great location close to the vibrant and historic town of Melle, as well as bustling Chef Boutonne. In its current state, the property is partially converted into four flats on four levels, so a new owner would have the option of continuing with the conversion to create a great business investment, or having the property as one huge house.

On the market with Beaux Villages

€136,250, Vendée, Pays de la Loire

This one is pretty special – a beautiful and romantic windmill for two (or one) in the heart of the Vendée countryside. The mill was built in 1885 and provided the local area with flour until 1975, when it was converted into a dwelling. Since then it has been restored to offer comfortable and tasteful living areas and one bedroom. There is also planning permission to built a small lodge on the grounds, which could provide some rental income.

On the market with Leggett

Take a look at our online property portfolio, FrancePropertyShop.com, for more unique French homes

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