French Property Face-off – An old mill in the Vendée or an old barn in Limousin?

For this week’s French property Face-off, readers have the difficult choice between two unusual properties, a converted mill near the coast of Western France for a bargain €130,800 ($166,000), or a more expensive but also much larger barn conversion in the Limousin region of central France for €375,000 ($477,000). The mill could be used as a private romantic get-away, or rented out to tourists wanting to make their stay in France a little more unique. With enough space to put up a huge family, the barn offers lots of possibilities too. You could turn it into a Bed & Breakfast or get a couple of farm animals to make use of the many hectares of land.

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