May 2016 issue of French Property News out now!
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A preview of what you’ll find inside our latest issue
If the possibility of a British exit from the EU has incited any worries about buying a French property, our estate agents and legal and tax experts aim to provide as much information as possible in this Brexit-focused issue. We also put several areas under the spotlight this month: Languedoc’s mighty Minervois, famous for its wine production; the year-round resort of Flaine in the Grand Massif; and five locations ideal for househunters seeking nature and varied wildlife. We reveal what’s available across France for just €100k, explain all you need to know about buying and running a French farm or smallholding, and look at the pros and cons of renovating versus buying new.
• Location features
Minervois - stunning scenery, old-fashioned charm and investment opportunities in sunny Languedoc
Flaine - the Alpine resort that’s the place to be all year round
Wildlife hotspots - the best parts of France for nature lovers
• Expert advice
- 1 Iconic landmarks: The story behind Paris’ Arc de Triomphe
- 2 10 Romantic Hotels In France
- 3 Take a stroll in and around Pornic in Loire-Atlantique
- 4 French Properties: 5 houses with swimming pools for sale in France
- 5 See inside: Escape to the Chateau DIY's Chateau de Lomenie for sale
- 6 Discover the South of France villa from the upcoming Downton Abbey film
- 7 Why Boulogne-sur-Mer makes for a perfect family escape
- 8 Real Life: Canalside life in an idyllic Hérault village
- 9 What’s inside the May 2022 issue of FRANCE Magazine UK?
- 10 Who are the Kretz family members from Netflix’s The Parisian Agency?
Househunting with a budget of €100,000
Earning a living from a farm or smallholding in France
Choosing between a new-build and a renovation project
• Real Life stories
One couple finding bliss with a property in Burgundy
Catching up with the British restorers of a château near the Canal du Midi
The Brit introducing Chinese collectables to the galleries of Provence