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Regional Property Guides
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The stunning Loire Valley is known as the Valley of the Kings and is home to the most beautiful chateaux in France.
However, you may not need a King’s Ransom to acquire a property in this beautiful region.
Your essential guide to facilities in towns to be found north of the Loire and east of Angers.
You can find details on bars, restaurants, chemists, banks, supermarkets, broadband, English-language cinema, distance to the ports and much more.
Details of Argentre, Bais, Champgeneteux, Chateau Gontier, Couptrain, Desertines, Ernee, Evron, Gorron, La Chapelle Rainsouin, Lassay les Chateaux, Louverne, Montsurs, Neuilly le Vendin, Pre-en-Pail, Sainte Suzanne and Villaines la Juhel and many more…
The Mayenne Department (county) offers some of the most attractive properties in France at prices often well below the national average. From renovation projects at under €30,000 to the cheapest chateaux in the country, you’ll find them all here.
Essential housebuyer’s guide to Bazoges En Pareds, Benet, La Caillere St Hilaire, Chaille les Marais, La Chataigneraie, Fontenay le Comte, Foussais Payre, L’Hermenault, Maillezais, Mouilleron en Pareds, St Hilaire des Loges, Ste Hermine and Vouvant.
What does a notaire do?
Anyone buying in the Pays de la Loire will immediately come across the local notaire.
This is the person responsible for arranging the legal formalities of your property purchase or sale. …
Taking its name from the 800-mile long river that runs through it, the Pays de la Loire covers a diverse region.
The Loire-Atlantique and Vendee have lovely harbours and sandy beaches, while inland, the Loire valley has beautiful rolling countryside, fairytale chateaux, and vineyards producing some of the best wines anywhere. The Loire is a thriving region…
Taking its name from the 800 mile-long river that runs through it, the Pays de la Loire region covers five départements. The riverside châteaux in this region and neighbouring Centre-Val-de-Loire attract a steady stream of tourists throughout the summer months