Live well for less! French property price reductions of the month

PUBLISHED: 09:14 10 June 2019 | UPDATED: 13:24 10 June 2019

This charming house in Dordogne has been reduced by 42,200 euros

This charming house in Dordogne has been reduced by 42,200 euros


Who doesn’t want more for their money? These French properties have all been reduced in price, giving you more house for your hard-earned euros


SAVE: €42,400

Reduced from €413,400 to €371,000, this charming property near the market town of Le Bugue in perennially popular Dordogne comprises not one but two stone-built houses, surrounded by almost four acres of garden and woodland complete with a swimming pool. Each house has two bedrooms and both have already been renovated, meaning you could move straight into one and perhaps start renting the other one out as holiday accommodation should you need to generate an income.

You could save 198,000 euros on this house in HeraultYou could save 198,000 euros on this house in Herault


SAVE: €198,000

Reduced by almost €200,000 (from €946,000), this sprawling four-bedroom property in Hérault in Occitanie is set on a large plot of land covering more than 5,200m2 and enjoys breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding hills. Built in 2007, the single-storey building offers contemporary open-plan living accommodation while the grounds include a salt-water swimming pool, pool house and a summer kitchen with barbecue. Just five minutes from the village of St-Chinian and its bars, restaurants, shops and school, the house is also within easy reach of Béziers, Narbonne and the beach.

This farmhouse in Charente is now on the market for 399,950 eurosThis farmhouse in Charente is now on the market for 399,950 euros


SAVE: €20,050

With a price tag reduced from €420,000 and plenty of kerb appeal, there's no shortage of reasons to take a closer look at this spacious four-bedroom farmhouse in Charente, now on the market for €399,950. Inside are character features galore and a bespoke wooden staircase rises from the entrance hall to a large first-floor landing. While the house itself has already been extensively renovated, there is a large barn in the grounds that is ripe for development subject to obtaining the relevant permissions. The garden has an area for a vegetable plot and a chicken run, and there is the possibility of buying or renting additional adjoining land.

Save 51,000 on this longere in Cotes-d'ArmorSave 51,000 on this longere in Cotes-d'Armor


SAVE: €51,000

This three-bedroom longère in Côtes-d'Armor was originally priced at €194,00 but has now been reduced to €143,000. Set in over an acre of land with a pond and raised decking, the charming property is approached from a large private driveway with space for several cars. A number of outbuildings including stables, a cow shed and a hangar provide useful storage space or could be converted into gîte accommodation.

This 16th-century manor house in Haute-Vienne could be yours for 249,000 eurosThis 16th-century manor house in Haute-Vienne could be yours for 249,000 euros


SAVE: €47,800

Originally on the market for €296,800, this 16th-century manor house on the Haute-Vienne/Dordogne border has been sympathetically restored to retain many of its original features, including a working bread oven, wooden beams and stone fireplaces. Currently there are four bedrooms but the large loft could be converted into additional living accommodation, while outside the grounds extend to just over 6.5 acres and comprise a garden, courtyard, woodland and a paddock for grazing animals. Both Limoges for the airport and Angoulême for high-speed TGV connections are 45 minutes away.

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