Poitou-Charentes Homes For Sale
Home to the founders of Québec, Poitou-Charentes, FR is located on the Atlantic coast, offers diverse cities, natural beauty, and historic sites. With remnants of historical architecture dating back to the roman era disbursed throughout the city, Poitiers, the régional capital, has 80 registered and protected historic monuments. La Rochelle, with beaches, greenery, chalk cliffs, and fortifications, is an ideal vacation spot, making it the third most visited city in France.
Ile de Re, located near La Rochelle, is also a perfect vacation destination, offering numerous beaches and preserved open spaces. Finally, the city of Cognac is home to one of the world's best-known types of brandy, which must be made in certain areas around the town in order to be granted its name. Visit one of the many vineyards to experience Cognac from vine to glass. Read more on Poitou-Charentes real estate.
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Poitou-Charentes Real Estate
If you love nice weather, you should seriously consider Poitou-Charentes property as it is the 2nd sunniest area in France. Soak up the rays from this relatively undiscovered region with prices that are still affordable. Homebuyers can expect to find a good variety of real estate including traditional Charentaise houses, half-timbered properties, and stone farmhouses in quiet pockets still untouched by tourism.
The best deals can be found in the départements of Charente and Deux Sevres. Home here are ideal candidates for a vacation home or rental property if you are willing to put in the time for some cosmetic upgrades. On the other hand the most expensive region is Charente Maritime as it is already has an established British population residing here which has driven prices up.
Départements: Charente, Charente-Maritime, Deux-Sèvres, and Vienne.
Regional Culinary Specialties: Marennes-Oléron Oysters, Poitou-Charentes AOC butter, and Chabichou (goat cheese).
Regional Drinks and Wines: Cognac and Pineau des Charentes.
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