Argenton à vendre

So, after reading my blog, you’ve fallen in love with Argenton-sur-Creuse and want to buy your own little piece of this medieval town in the centre of France?

Well, hop off the train, and a quick walk up Rue Gambetta will reveal not only what I consider is one of the most impressive properties in town currently for sale (à vendre):

Houses for sale

but also a number of estate agents (or immobiliers):

Estate agentEstate agents

Walk through the town centre and up the main shopping mall of Rue Grande and you will pass yet another “Immobilier“:

Estate agents

And once you’ve finished window shopping, take a short wander around the surrounding streets and you will find an assortment of town houses for sale – which make an ideal lock-and-leave holiday house or pied-à-terre.

Houses for sale

Houses for sale

Houses for sale

Houses with garages are a little harder to find:

Houses for sale in Argenton sur Creuse

Houses for sale

But perhaps you’re after something a little more unusual?

Houses for saleHouses for saleOr maybe a riverside residence?

Houses for sale

Or would you like a little land attached? (Plenty of larger properties exist a little further from the centre of town, but this one is close to Centre Ville):

Houses for sale

Whether you plan to live, stay, or briefly visit, Argenton-sur-Creuse is certainly worth a look.

Argenton thanks you

Come and see for yourself (and don’t forget that we are open to house-swapping!) or just do what we did, and trawl the internet.

Happy house-hunting!

About frenchfry36

South African by birth, British by right, Australian by oath, French by choice.
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4 Responses to Argenton à vendre

  1. Patricia Crawford says:

    pour moi?? thank you greatly!

  2. Carolyn van Hoeve says:

    I have just had a most enjoyable day reading your blog and feeling inspired/excited all over again. My husband & I are wanting to do the same thing and I have been on the internet for a year trying to research and find as much info as I can about purchasing a property in France. Unfortunately we are unable to get over there until next year so I have to practise patience. I have so many questions I would love to ask if you had time to reply. Would this be possible?

    • frenchfry36 says:

      I’m so glad you have enjoyed my blog, and, as you can imagine, we never tire of talking about our house in France!

      Of course we can only speak from our own experience but buying a house in France was really quite simple – we found our house on the internet, corresponded with the estate agent by email and were very fortunate that a New Zealand woman was working there at the time, which made the process a breeze (no translation troubles!). We could have even completed the whole transaction remotely but did decide to go visit the town before signing on the dotted line.

      Feel free to send any questions as replies to this blog post and I can either answer here (if straightforward), or perhaps you will inspire future blog posts! Don’t forget to use the Search facility, or click on the tag “Buying a house in France”.

      Bonne chance!

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