Gorgeous French properties on the market in November you have to see
PUBLISHED: 14:21 29 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:21 29 October 2018
Thinking of buying a house in France? From cute village houses to high end villas, here is a selection of lovely French houses for sale in November
An historic three-bedroom house with a barn, large garden and pond set in the Corrèze countryside. It’s flooded with light: the walls are white throughout, and there are no heavy dark beams. Dating back to 1755, the house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and is set in more than three acres of gated grounds with a pond.
This stunning stone property is located in the Fuilla area of the Pyrénées-Catalanes regional natural park, famous for its rock ptarmigans and bearded vultures. It comprises a three-bedroom home and three large apartments, each with a terrace. In impeccable condition, it has underfloor heating and solar panels, covering electricity costs.
The house was once the home of a cognac producer and there is a fireplace in almost every room, the most impressive one being in the spacious farmhouse kitchen. There are six bedrooms, five bathrooms and lots of character features. The garden is a mix of lawn and gravel and provides plenty of space for alfresco dining and relaxing. The property is on the edge of Segonzac, close to Jarnac.
A Savoyard home would not be complete without a fireplace and this renovated farmhouse has a particularly lovely one. There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms, a stunning fitted kitchen and character in spades. The ground floor could be made into a separate self-contained one-bedroom apartment with kitchenette and bathroom. Outside there is a big garden, a deck area with hot tub and parking space for three or four cars. The property is located in a quaint village close to Le Biot, in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area.
A wildlife pond in an established garden with glorious views over the Limousin countryside make this property a winner for nature lovers. The house is charming inside and out with woodburners, warm terracotta tiles downstairs and floorboards above. There are four bedrooms (one on the ground floor) and three bathrooms plus a cellar and a bright, large attic. A stable door from the kitchen-diner leads to the 1,500m2 garden which includes a vegetable plot and barn.
Close to the bustling market town of Sablé-sur-Sarthe, this charming property has 5,000m² of mature landscaped garden and an outdoor swimming pool. The main house has a large living room with stone tiled floor, kitchen, downstairs bathroom and a large bedroom upstairs. The second building has a feature fireplace in the living room, a fitted kitchen and a bedroom with en suite. A further small outbuilding could be used for guest accommodation.
Set around a central courtyard, this attractive property includes the main house, a guest cottage, a barn and pigeonnier. The main house has been completely renovated, yet has lost none of its original features, which include wooden beams, tiled floors and stone fireplaces. Land suitable for horses, a fruit orchard and a productive vegetable patch make up the impressive 13 acres of grounds, and there is also a heated saltwater swimming pool and a covered terrace with summer kitchen. In a rural location and surrounded by countryside, the property is still only an hour from Toulouse airport
This stunning four-bedroom villa with geothermic heating and water collection is located near Sarlat in Dordogne. It’s set in a large park of around 8,425m2 with swimming pool, pool house, barbecue area ans space for two cars.
This striking three-bedroom cottage is set in approximately 1.5 acres of land and has separate guest accommodation and a large pond. The ground floor encompasses a newly fitted kitchen, a living/dining room, two double bedrooms, a bathroom and an office, while the third bedroom sits on the first floor with a second shower room. The cottage is close to Semur-en-Vallon and La Ferté-Bernard, which has a train station and a weekly market.
With plenty of character, a great location in the historic heart of Vigeois, by the river and flexible living space, this house offers great value for money. It has two bedrooms plus one guest sutie with independent access and a big kitchen with views over the river. Outside, there’s a courtyard garden, terrace, garage and outbuildings, while a separate parcel of land.