September 2015 issue of French Property News out now!
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A preview of what you’ll find inside our latest issue
This month we’re househunting among the vineyards, exploring the rural delights of Gers and the prestigious winemaking areas of Burgundy and Champagne, where we raise a toast to their recent UNESCO recognition. We also enjoy the bright lights of Paris and take a two-wheeled tour along France’s newest long-distance cycle route from Charente-Maritime to Calvados. Our expert considers the pros and cons of a town or village setting for gîtes, and we show how property in France can still be accessible for wheelchair users. Make sure you’re fully prepared for any French property purchase with our guide to currency exchange and banking in France, and find out what you need to know about financing a renovation project with a French mortgage.
• Location features
Paris – pads for all pockets in the French capital
Champagne and Burgundy – raising a toast to their wine-producing areas
Gers – rolling countryside, armagnac and so much more
Charente-Maritime to Calvados – cycling along the new Vélo Francette cycle route
- 1 Surprise, surprise! France offers expats a great quality of life
- 2 Real Life: Canalside life in an idyllic Hérault village
- 3 Tour de France 2022: 3 new stage hosts announced
- 4 Allo Allo! Brits in France
- 5 48 hours in Paris: Unmissable new things to see and do on a short break in the city
- 6 3 key things you need to know about visas for France
- 7 Who are the Kretz family members from Netflix’s The Parisian Agency?
- 8 What you need to know about France’s Covid-19 health pass system
- 9 Bargain beauties: 9 renovated French properties on the market for less than €150,000
- 10 The Madame Blanc Mysteries: former Coronation Street star swaps Manchester for France
• Expert advice
How property in France can still be accessible for wheelchair users
Town or country for gîtes?
Swimming pools and the options available
The role of the notaire in French property transactions
• Real Life stories
The young couple who bought their first home together in Lyon after just one viewing, then took on their first renovation project
Catch up on progress at the new-build timber-frame house
Why the novelty of leaving Wimbledon for St-Tropez still hasn’t worn off
Plus, three of the best waterside homes across France, an estate agent’s dream home in Paris, inside a 16th-century priory in Dordogne, and win three copies of Crêpes and Galettes from the Breizh Café by Bertrand Larcher on our reviews page.
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