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we have been looking for a farm in southern france for about a year now. Does anyone know of any for sale, either a neighbour or an agent who might have some on their books. We would like at least 80ha, suckler cows(not dairy), sheep, arable or a mixture of these would be preferable. Any help or advice would be much appreciated.
thanks again

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France as you know is divided up in to regions as far as farming goes. Down here it is wine, sunflowers, apples and pears, no dairy farming (well very, very little. I know of two small farms and thats it and they only have about 10 to 15 animals each. Goats might be a better idea.

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Hi - saw this listing on homehunters site and thought of you. Just google homehunters france and I think you'll find the website. Place sounds heavenly! Best of luck, Janice
5 bedroom house with 9.5 Ha
640,000 Euros. Ref 1C200

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Large attractive stone house, 450m2, with light and spacious interior in a medieval village with all amenities.

The house at present has an independent apartment with one bedroom, bathroom and living room on the ground floor and a boutique and courtyard of 120 m2 adjacent.

The first floor has a large apartment with 3 bedrooms, a living room kitchen and spacious bathroom.

The second floor and third floors is a very attractive loft apartment with high ceilings and two roof terraces.Stunning views of the old abbey over the rooftops of the village. This apartment has three bedrooms and a bathroom, and above a living room of 67m2 and sunny kitchen with glass doors leading onto a terrace.
464,000 EUROS

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REF: 8M700


Substantial 19th century spacious family home with swimming pool, and terraced garden containing mature trees.

It is in pretty village 10 minutes away from the motorway connecting Carcassonne with the coastal town of Narbonne.
The house with its gated driveway has 7 bedrooms, recently modernised large comfy kitchen, sitting room, study, T.V. room, laundry room, 1 bathroom, 2 shower rooms and an additional 2 toilets, a large summer living room leading to the swimming pool in a secluded, landscaped courtyard. Drive in garage for two cars with large storage area above.
For an additional negotiable price there is a wine cave converted on the ground floor into a bright modern conference centre with 3 rooms and 3 toilets (one disabled), kitchen, exposed beams and wood floor.

Also a very large unconverted barn on 2 floors and a very large garden area all reached via a separate entrance off the street.

481,500 Euros

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REF: 1P700


Attractive, sunny six bedroomed property which has been run as a successful bed & breakfast business.

The house has a courtyard garden and a separate flat used by the owner. There is another building off the courtyard that could convert easily into separate living quarters.

The house itself has 6 bedrooms (4 en-suite), dining room, sitting room, day room, kitchen.

Set in a lively village in the heart of the Minervois, 2 km from the Canal du Midi, 15 km
from the motorway connecting Carcassonne and the coastal town of Narbonne.

This business has been running for 5 years and appears in 7 guidebooks. The owner is selling due to ill health.

499,500 EUROS

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REF: 40Z330


Maison de Maitre with courtyard and barn in a lively, popular village close to the Canal Du Midi. Easy access to motorway connecting Carcassonne to Narbonne.

Currently arranged as a gtes with five bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms. And a separate apartment with a living room, kitchen; 3 double bedrooms.

535,000 EUROS

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Farm set in 53 hectares of beautiful land very close to Peyrepeteuse, 55 Km from Perpignan and 70Km from Carcassonne.

The farm comes with 40 French alpine goats and 40 laucaune sheep which produce delicious cheese which is currently sold at the local markets providing the owner with a good living.
A barn of 650 m built in 1990 with all the cheese making equipment is close to a large very handsome 4 bedroomed house, garage and separate ruined barn.

The house has the potential to be enlarged and would benefit from some updating.

The owner is retiring after many years of farming, but would be happy to have a handover period. There is
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