€441k Incroyable XVI Century Stone Mill House For Sale in Bretagne, Plouscat 29, just a few minutes from the Atlantic coastal beaches of Keremma.
With 3 bedrooms & set on over 5000m² of its own wooded land & fields with a river running through it, this stone & slate mill cottage on the coast of Bretagne is beautifully & carefully restored.
Nestled in absolute calm & tranquillity, this 16th century mill built in 1596 is beautifully restored with all the modern conveniences, while respecting its history, stone & slate beauty & architectural elements.
It consists of a beautiful living room with monumental fireplace, and beamed ceilings throughout.
There is an open kitchen overlooking the garden with a pantry & shower room. By the spiral staircase in freestone are 2 beautiful bedrooms and a bathroom. On the top floor is the 3rd very nice bedroom.
With a terrace off the kitchen, off road parking & a double garage, this is really lovely & ready for you to move in!
How easy is it to buy property in France as a foreigner?
Check out our comprehensive article on ‘how to buy property in France as a foreigner”, for more information. There are currently no restrictions on foreigners buying property in France, however, you may find the process a bit more difficult as a non-resident. This is France, and that means a lot of paperwork and due diligence.
If you’re working with a real estate agent, the process is likely to be relatively straightforward. But you’ll still need to make sure you read up on what taxes you’ll need to pay, and any visas needed so you can live in your new French home once you’ve bought it. Thankfully, in this digital & social networking age, you can prepare yourselves in advance with the wonderful, thorough and diverse social media groups & websites that now exist and are proliferating on the web.
To get a head start on the details of moving to, living and buying a property in France, be sure to check out our page with many helpful links to websites & Facebook pages dedicated to precisely those topics.
Whether you’re seeking knowledge & info about literally, how to buy a property in France, or you need to know about taxation, or you’re needing information on securing & using your Carte Vitale, we’ve got the links, so check them out.
Buying property in France after Brexit
Even though the UK has now officially left the EU, as a UK citizen, you’ll still have the right to buy property in France as a non-EU citizen. You can even rent it out if you want to.
However, you will now need to make sure you have a long-stay visa if you plan to stay in France for more than 90 days at a time.
Can I buy property in France and get residency?
Unlike some other countries, France doesn’t have a ‘Golden Visa’ or other investment scheme for property purchases. This means that for UK citizens post-Brexit, although there aren’t restrictions on foreigners buying property, you’ll now need to go through the same process as any other non-EU citizen to get a visa to live in France – and then to apply for permanent residency if you’re eligible.
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