Property Face-off: France profonde vs the south

The Local
The Local - [email protected] • 12 Nov, 2014 Updated Wed 12 Nov 2014 13:26 CEST
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How would you like to spend your days in a cozy cottage in the central French region of Centre-Val de Loire? Or perhaps a charming stone house down south in Languedoc-Roussillon is more up your street? Check out these two very different properties that are on the market.


For this week's French property face-off, readers have the difficult choice between two beautiful properties: a cottage in the heart of the French countryside or a stone house in a lovely village close to the Mediterranean sea. 

The 107m2 cottage comes at a price of €240,750 ($301,000), and the stone house, which boasts a surface of 160m2 is on the market for €198,000 ($248,000). 

Take a look through the gallery of images and see which one you would rather get your hands on, money permitting of course.

French property face-off: which home do you prefer?

These properties are on the market with the estate agents Leggett. You can find out more information on the cottage by CLICKING HERE.

And if you prefer the stone house you can get more information on it by CLICKING HERE.



The Local 2014/11/12 13:26

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