This is what you can buy in Dordogne for €150,000 or less

You can bag your dream home in Dordogne for less than €150,000

You can bag your dream home in Dordogne for less than €150,000 - Credit: Archant

The ever popular Dordogne department remains attractively affordable for househunters on smaller budgets. Find your dream French property in Dordogne for under €150,000

A quaint 18th-century house in Brantôme

A quaint 18th-century house in Brantôme - Credit: Archant

Brantôme, €136,960

Dating back to the 18th century, this village house has been tastefully renovated while retaining its original character. The main living rooms are on the ground floor and are spacious and light – there’s a woodburner in the cosy lounge and an old archway leading to the dining room. A beautiful original oak staircase leads to the first floor where there are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom while another staircase brings you to the top floor with 2 furher bedrooms and an extra room to convert. The property has views of the village château, a back garden with a covered terrace and a driveway.

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A cute renovated 2-bedroom house

A cute renovated 2-bedroom house - Credit: Archant

Near Hautefort, €59,900

Fully renovated, this cute house is located in a little village near Hautefort, famed for its beautiful château built on a rocky outcrop. The house is ready to live in having been fitted with a new roof and double-glazed windows and connected to mains drainage. The ground floor has plenty of character thanks to a lovely fireplace in the kitchen and wooden and stone walls. There are 2 bedrooms, also with pretty features, and a bathroom with shower and bathtub upstairs.

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A property with a gorgeous garden in the Périgord-Limousin regional park

A property with a gorgeous garden in the Périgord-Limousin regional park - Credit: Archant

Bussière-Badil, €107,000

The village of Bussière-Badil is set within the beautiful Périgord-Limousin regional park, a popular holiday hostpot. This house is within walking distance of the boulangerie, pharmacy, post office and doctor’s surgery in the village and is ready to move into. The ground floor has been turned into a comfortable and spacious open plan kitchen, dining room and lounge complete with a woodburner. There are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and a large room on the third floor, currently used as a TV room and snug but with potential to create another bedroom. Outside, a big south-facing garden offers several little seating and dining areas.

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A maison bourgeoise with 9 bedrooms

A maison bourgeoise with 9 bedrooms - Credit: Archant

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Payzac, €114,000

Located in the centre of the village, this 1850s maison bourgeoise has lovely period features, including parquet floors, large windows and fireplaces. With 9 bedrooms, the house would make an ideal family home or B&B, though you’d have to fit in a couple of other bathrooms. The property also has a pleasant walled garden and a double garage.

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Mialet, €141,700

Set in an old forge, this house is said to be one of the oldest in the village but has been carefully restored – a new roof was installed and the stonework and pointing were refreshed. There are plenty of historic features inside and the living accommodation includes 3 bedrooms, 2 shower rooms, a reception room, a lounge and a kitchen with a huge fireplace.

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An elegant stone house with a walled garden

An elegant stone house with a walled garden - Credit: Archant

Lusignac, €135,000

This detached house is set within a desirable copropriété in large grounds that comprise a swimming pool and great views. The 3-bedroom house has a lovely open dining and lounge area which is also open on to a fully equipped kitchen with a corner fireplace. The 4,000m2 grounds are shared on a co-ownership basis. Well positioned close to amenities, the house would make a lovely holiday lock-up-and-leave home.

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A country house with fantastic views in northern Dordogne

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A renovated stone cottage full of character

A renovated stone cottage full of character - Credit: Archant

Milhac-de-Nontron, €60,000

This property is in need of renovation but has a lot of potential, including for expansion. Located in the heart of a charming village, it dates back partly to the 17th century. The property comprises the main house, a front courtyard, back garden and several outbuildings offering lots of possibilities.

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A house in need of a little TLC

A house in need of a little TLC - Credit: Archant

Saint-Pardoux-de-Drône, €119,900

This pretty stone house would make an ideal holiday home. It has a modern but welcoming kitchen, a sitting room with a woodburner and an old fireplace, 3 bedrooms with exposed character features, a play room and a study, The walled garden is spacious and there’s a little covered terrace too. It’s located close to the popular town of Ribérac.

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Mareuil, €129,000

Boasting lovely countryside views, this property is located just outside a village in northern Dordogne. The accommodation is split in two: a main home with a kitchen/diner, living room, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms; and a first floor apartment with a kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms, shower room and balcony, adding good rental potential.

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Saint-Martial-de-Valette, €99,000

Set in the heart of a hamlet just outside the busier village of Nontron, this lovely little property has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a mezzanine and cosy living areas. It’s nice and compact, easy to maintain and in very good condition throughout. The basic amenities are about 3km away.

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Jumilhac-le-Grand, €145,000

This renovated stone cottage is full of character features, including exposed beams and original stone walls. You’ll find is a cosy lounge with a woodburner, a master ensuite bedroom, a fitted kitchen, two further bedrooms and another bathroom, The house is set in extensive grounds with its own little wooded area. It’s 20 minutes from the station and an hour away from Limoges airport.

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Nadaillac, €135,000

In need of some light refreshment works, this quaint house is an ideal DIY project. The property has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, balcony and a terrace overlooking the lovely garden which includes an inner courtyard. There’s also a barn and a pigeonnier.

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