Danielle Diver wrote:I know there are loads of English folks buying up country land, sometimes as individuals and sometimes in groups.
I could prrrooobably find a friend of a friend that could help and we some questions OR there are free regional magazines for English residences that advertise group meetings and even services exactly like you are seeking. So I can't answer your questions directly, but if you'd like, I could try and help guide you towards someone who can.
lil hodgins wrote:Hi Rus and welcome to france ...i am over in the south west , though i have been to Besancon years ago...youwill be up high there ? hope everything works out for you !
David Livingston wrote:Hi Russ
France is full of wonderful properties and they love there food ( wine is also available ) Have you guys kids ? as there are hundereds of villages crying out for children to keep the schools going where you will be welcomed with open arms. How is your french ?mine is terrable but I keep smiling and trying and folks like that. Yes there are some grumps but where in the world are they not ?
Joint ownership is not a problem as I know quite a few properties like that . What exactly are you going to live on ? Growing stuff fine but once you try to sell stuff life becomes so much more difficult involving paper work by the tonne . plus health and saftey stuff so beware ...yet ... in the country in the little places folks dont seem to give a toss frankly Here in Anjou at our local market there are a row of mostly elderly locals who sell there garden stuff and no one seems to care at all whilst when I lived in a big town you never saw stuff like that .
lil hodgins wrote:Hi Rus, that is the question where to settle?
climate change is noticeable here in france since i have come and some places get floods, very strong winds, heavy dumps of snow etc.
how the French system deal with multiple ownership? Can you build on agriculture land (don't think so from the little that I've read), can you agriculture on building land?
Your blog and Flickr albums have been my new time taker-upper the last couple of days.
Bourrou 24110 - équidistant entre Bergerac et Périgueux 4km de la RN21.
Maison de compagne mitoyen de 120m². Non meublé. 580€ par mois.
Cour privé fermée 200m² avec barbecue et coin repas couvert.
Grande pièce à vivre 35m² avec cheminée (Cuisinière a bois), coin cuisine, salle à manger, trois chambres, salle des bains et WC. Parking pour quelques véhicules.
Un potager privé (Avec d'arbres fruitiers) de 2750m² conduit en permaculture depuis plus que 20 ans pouvant être mis à disposition gratuitement - mais seulement dans l'esprit bio - donc strictement pas de produits phytosanitaires ou de granulés anti-limaces ! En plus, un terrain/verger de 3000m² clôturé avec quelques abris pour volailles etc.
Les animaux domestiques sont les bienvenus.
La maison fait partie de La Ferme de Sourrou, un lieu bien connu dans le mouvement de la Permaculture - une science et un art de l’aménagement des écosystèmes humains dont les trois piliers sont : Prendre soin de la Terre, Prendre soin de l’humain et Partager les surplus.
That's my roommate. He's kinda weird, but he always pays his half of the rent. And he gave me this tiny ad:
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