Thursday, November 19, 2009

Affordable Homes For Sale In France

Stone and tiled property(50 sqm), situated in a hamlet in a peaceful setting, with a small garden area of 45 sqm. Shed. No water and electricity but close, no septic tank, some renovation needed for the roof, earth/concrete floor. €17,000 (US Dollars : $25,277) Fixer-Upper with great potential. €13,000 (US Dollars : $19,330) Lively village with all shops, bars, restaurants, primary and secondary schools, 15 minutes from Béziers, 15 minutes from the A9 and A 75 motorways and 25 minutes from the coast. Small stone building to renovate of about 10 m2 per level (possibilité 3 levels). Building permission given in 2005. Installation of water/electricity/sewage to foresee. Price = 13.000 Euros


Poitou-Charentes, Vienne, Isle-Jourdain. €15,000 (US Dollars : $22,303)

House to renovate (approx.75 m²) in the center of the village; large room downstairs and a large room upstairs with shower room; water and electricity; mains drainage in the village. Do not miss it!


Poitou-Charentes, Deux-Sèvres, Parthenay. €14,000 (US Dollars : $20,817)

This charming barn is just waiting for someone to develop its potential. Ideal for investment, rental or as a holiday home. Habitable surface of 85m² on two levels. Nice 221 m² plot of land behind the property but not directly attached.

Terraced farmhouse to restore, with orchard

Champagne-Ardenne, Haute-Marne, Bourbonne-les-Bains. €13,900 (US Dollars : $20,668)

Big terraced building to restore. Formerly a farmhouse, actually a huge barn. Old room on the front with stone fireplace. Earth floor only. Structure in good condition regarding the walls and the frame. The roof is in average condition as some repairs will be necessary on the top, and around the chimney. Big potential but the inside is entirely to fit. No toilet. No water, no electricity but easy to connect. Long orchard on the back, with an access from the rear of the land. Quiet. No local shops. Why not sell everything, move to the French countryside, plant a few grapes and sit back in your Adirondack chair.

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