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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 … Continue reading

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Where it all began

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when (or even why) we decided to buy a house in France. It was an idea that grew out of a desire for a fresh and exciting new life for us at a time when … Continue reading

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Life is a holiday

It’s nice to know that friends are staying in our house in France at the moment… while we are here in Melbourne, Australia, working fulltime to save up for our next trip back to Argenton sur Creuse (mind you, I … Continue reading

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A world apart

As I stand at the station in Melbourne, Australia, waiting to catch the train to work, listening to my French language lessons on my phone (oh yes, I’m keeping at it, and slowly… very slowly I have to admit… it’s starting to sink in), I reflect … Continue reading

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A house in France

People are funny. Reactions on hearing that we have a house in France pretty much fall into 2 categories: 1. Wow, how romantic – lucky you! This is from those who share our adventurous spirit and love of France, even … Continue reading

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Why France?

When people ask us why we bought a house in France and in Argenton sur Creuse in particular it’s a question that’s a little hard to answer in concrete terms. It certainly wasn’t a carefully thought out, meticulously calculated financially … Continue reading

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