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3 houses in France for €280,000

PUBLISHED: 10:10 15 April 2015 | UPDATED: 13:08 30 November 2015

House in Puy-de-Dome for 280,000 euros

House in Puy-de-Dome for 280,000 euros


With the GBP/EUR exchange rate reaching a seven-year high recently, UK buyers are finding that their property budget can stretch much further in France. Here are 3 properties for €280,000 in France which will cost you just over £200,000

Puy-de-Dôme, Auvergne


This striking barn conversion has been expertly designed to show off the features of the historic building while being fit for modern life. The first floor benefits from a high vaulted ceiling with original beams that adds character to the spacious open-plan kitchen/living/dining room, complete with integrated modern appliances and a mezzanine level currently used as an office. There are a total of three bedrooms; two on the ground floor and one on the first floor; and two bathrooms. The house is located in a small hamlet, two kilometres from the village of Espinasse, and boasts beautiful views over the open countryside.

Morbihan, Brittany


Cottage in Morbihan for 280,000 eurosCottage in Morbihan for 280,000 euros

Situated in a pretty, rural location between the two villages of Malansac and Caden, this cottage boasts a number of character features, including exposed stone walls, wooden beams and an attractive fireplace housing a large wood-burning stove in the living room. The detached cottage has a total of three en-suite bedrooms, a large living room, a separate fitted kitchen and a study. It sits on a generous plot of land which is mainly lawn, along with a duck pond and an above ground swimming pool.

Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy


Five-bedroom house in Burgundy for 280,000 eurosFive-bedroom house in Burgundy for 280,000 euros

This five-bedroom house is located in a village with amenities and is only 20 minutes from Chalon-sur-Saône in the heart of Burgundy’s world-famous vineyards. Within two hours of Geneva airport, the property is easily accessible from the UK. Full of character, the stone house boasts five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fitted kitchen and a separate living room and a dining room with a fireplace. The property also benefits from a vaulted cellar and several small outbuildings, as well as land stretching to a third of an acre.

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