In Burgundy, strategic geographical area from a national and a European point of view; the region has developed economically and industrially and yet its rich heritage and traditions have been preserved.
- Motorway exit nearby.
- TGV train stations 30 and 40 minutes away (Paris in 75 minutes, Geneva in 90 minutes, Roissy CDG airport in 88 minutes).
- Shops and all amenities nearby.
- Schools nearby; sixth form college not far away.
- Lyon and Dijon less than an hour away by car.
In the Morbihan countryside, to the north of Lorient. Near to a town with 2,000 inhabitants.
Local shops, primary and secondary schools in the town.
On the outskirts of the Périgord Noir and Haut-Quercy, a few kilometres from the Dordogne valley, ranked “Grand Site National” and its surrounding wonders. One of the most loved region's in France both for its environmental wealth and for its historical heritage or the quality of its gastronomy. An ideal setting for visiting Rocamadour, Sarlat, Collonges la Rouge, the caves and chasms, as well as numerous famous castles. With the motorways A20 and A89 Toulouse and Bordeaux are about 2h00 away. The nearest town is Brive-la-Gaillarde with its train station and its new international airport, with daily flights to Paris and London.
50 kms to the east of Paris, along the A4 motorway, then a departmental road leading to a small village. The property is situated at the end of a discrete road at the entrance to the village.
The A13 motorway puts the village an hour away from the outskirts of Paris.
The nearest town with all schools is approx. 7 km away. A village with local shops and a French SNCF train station is 3 km away.