9 of the best French properties for sale with gardens

9 of the best French properties for sale with gardens

From an easy-to-maintain courtyard garden to a few acres, most househunters trying to find a property in France want some outside space to enjoy al fresco lunches and indulge their green-fingered passions. Here are just a few of the many properties with gardens on France Property Shop.


Corrèze, Limousin

This four-bedroom village house dating from the 1930s comes with three garages, a workshop and a third of an acre garden. The partially renovated property is set in a village near Perols-sur-Vezère.



Finistère, Brittany

In a quiet village close to the town of Huelgoat, this two-bedroom bungalow offers potential to create further living space, while outside the well-maintained and secluded gardens contain a large summer house and BBQ area.



Charente, Poitou-Charentes

This charming stone cottage with independant one-bedroom annexe and outbuildings ripe for conversion for future projects, is all set around a pretty courtyard with semi-enclosed terrace plus there is a large garden to the rear.



Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon

With five bedrooms and three bathrooms, this village house Is full of charm and character, with the benefit of a sunny garden, pool and terrace. Located near the stunning town of Carcassonne, it is within walking distance of all amenities.



Lot, Midi-Pyrénées

This six-bedroom house is ideal for outdoor living with a lovely terrace, swimming pool, pergola, barbecue and access to the river. The property could be used as a main house or a holiday home with the possibility to create a gîte.



Manche, Normandy

Dating back to 1509, this renovated five-bedroom manor house has beautiful period features. It is set on 14.5 acres of land, with various outbuildings, a guesthouse in the former saddlery, four horse boxes and a workshop.



Alpes-Maritimes Provence-Côte d’Azur

Situated in a quiet neighbourhood of Mougins, this one-bedroom apartment boasts a large sunny terrace, accessed from both the living room and the bedroom, with a small garden and a jacuzzi as well as stunning views of the countryside all the way to the sea.



Dordogne, Aquitaine

In the heart of a pretty village, this eight-bedroom ‘maison de maître’ was originally built as a consulate for Napoleon in 1792. The garden has lawns, shrubs and a vegetable patch, plus a swimming pool and terrace, and a range of outbuildings.



Savoie, Rhone-Alpes

With stunning mountain views, this spacious three-bedroom chalet has a wonderful terrace and garden, boules pitch and double garage, all within very close proximity of the Three Valleys, the largest ski area in the world.


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