Champagne-Ardenne Homes For Sale
Every day is a celebration in Champagne-Ardenne, FR. From the dense forests of Ardennes to the vineyard-covered countryside producing bubbly libations, Champagne-Ardenne holds many treasures waiting to be discovered. Whether exploring the beautiful countryside with medieval churches, castles, and historic fortifications, or sailing down the Seine River flowing near Troyes, be sure to end your day with a toast to this joyous région in Northeastern France.
Since agriculture still makes up for 61% of industry in Champagne-Ardenne. the area remains very affordable for homebuyers. Homes for sale in Champagne-Ardenne are priced very reasonably, just over half of the national average. Since much of the land has yet to be commercially developed, this is a wonderful investment opportunity for the right buyer. You can expect to find traditional rural farmhouses as well as charming brick and chalk houses that are typical of the region. Read more about Champagne-Ardenne.
Homes For Sale in Champagne-Ardenne, France
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Champagne-Ardenne Real Estate
If the Champagne-Ardenne real estate market doesn't tempt you, the incredible cuisine will. The area is world famous for its fine gastronomy and sparkling libations. With close to 30,000 hectares of vineyards, finding a quaint home on the countryside is easier than you think. Be sure you try the regional specialties which includes many varieties of cheese and meats.
Another draw to the area is the abundance of parkland and natural forests in the entire country. Outdoor enthusiasts can find a number of recreational activities from Champagne-Ardenne real estate like mountain biking, hiking, fishing, and boating among many others. The regions is also plays host to several cultural festivals every year including the World Festival of Puppets in Charlesville-Mézières.
Départements: Ardennes, Aube, Haute-Marne, and Marne
Regional Specialties: Champagne (Moët & Chandon, Perrier-Jouët and Tattinger), Ardennes ham, Chaource or Langres cheese, and white pudding (boubin blanc).
Good to Know:
Only sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region can be called Champagne.
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