Character property and barns for sale Aquitaine, France

Barn conversions, unconverted barns, farmhouses, mills, smallholdings, chateaux and unique rural property for sale in Aquitaine

Unconverted barn in Châlus, Dordogne, France

Unconverted barn in Châlus, Dordogne, France

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Unconverted

Unconverted stone barn on a 1,100m2 plot in the Dordogne region of Aquitaine

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Unconverted barns near Perigueux, Dordogne

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Perigueux, Bergerac, Dordogne

Unconverted barns for sale in the Dordogne region of France

Unconverted barn Pessac-sur-Dordogne, France

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Pessac-sur-Dordogne

Unconverted barn in Pessac-sur-Dordogne, France with planning consent

Unconverted barn near Bergerac, Lot et Garonne, France

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Bergerac, Lot et Garonne

Stone barn for conversion in Lot et Garonne region of France

Unconverted barn near Bergerac, Dordogne, France

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Bergerac, Dordogne

Unconverted barn with land near Montpon and Bergerac, Dordogne

Unconverted barn near Angoulême, France

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Angoulême, Dordogne

Barn for conversion near Angoulême in the Dordogne in South West France

Unconverted barn in the Dordogne, Aquitaine

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Jumilhac Le Grand, Dordogne

Cottage and unconverted stone barn near Jumilhac Le Grand in the North Dordogne

Unconverted barn in Le Vignal, Aquitaine, France

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Le Vignal, Aquitaine

Partly restored stone barn with full building permission in Aquitaine

Mill house and barn in the Dordogne, France

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St-Yrieix-la-Perche, Dordogne

Renovated mill house, two barns, swimming pool and land near Limoges and Perigueux

Farmhouse, cottage and barn near Villeneuve, France

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Villeneuve, Lot et Garonne

Stone farmhouse with barn for conversion and stone cottage in the Lot et Garonne, France

French property for sale In Aquitaine
Departments: Dordogne, Gironde, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne and the Pyrénées-Atlantique

Located in the south west corner of France, the Aquitaine region has the Pyrenees mountains to the south and an Atlantic coastline. The Dordogne department has traditionally been a favourite amongst foreign buyers and tends to be more expensive. The region's capital is Bordeaux and the region's famous export, Bordeaux wine, comes from its many vineyards. The winters are mild with short cold spells and the summers are warm and sunny. There is significant rainfall, usually short heavy downfalls, especially in the south towards the Pyrenees.