This lovely barn conversion located in the picturesque Loire Valley in central France, is available for long term rentals from 3 to 12 months. The property is located close to the charming village of Luçay-le-Mâle in the Indre department.
The property comes with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, sitting room and a large landing area/Home Office on the first floor. There is a large garden and private parking.
Available for long term rentals all year around from €800 per month + bills. Minimum stay is 3 months.
The property is located in the peaceful hamlet of Chaud Buisson. The stone built barn (or longère), was originally part of a larger farm and is more than 200 years old. The barn features original beams and exposed stone walls.
A bespoke oak staircase leads from the sitting room up to the first floor, where there are two further bedrooms and a large landing. Exposed beams run the length of this floor.
This property can be rented on a monthly basis, all year around. The long term rental price is based on a 12 month rental period and does not include the utility bills (there is a monthly provision of €170 towards the electricity, water, internet and local taxes). Firewood to be purchased separately. Bed linen, towels and tea towels can be provided.
Minimum stay is 3 months, although longer rental periods (of up to 12 months) are preferred.
Long term rentals (12 months): from €800 per month + bills
This lovely barn conversion in the Loire Valley, is the perfect accommodation for a family looking to move over to France for a year, or for a couple on a house-hunting trip. The local area is quiet and peaceful and provides some of the best-value property prices in France.
This long term rental property is close to the lovely village of Luçay-le-Mâle, which contains a weekly market, popular restaurant, small supermarket, pharmacy, hair dresser, beautician, florist, garage, boulangerie and a medical centre. The nearby town of Valencay features a famous Chateau and is well-known in France for its pyramid-shaped Valençay cheese made from raw goats' milk. Valencay also produces popular red, white and rosé wines.
Indre is a department in central France which is part of the region of Centre-Val de Loire region. It is a relatively small department located on the undulating plains of the Loire Valley, just 100km from top to bottom and 90km wide. The department is home to just over 220,000 people, making it one of the least densley populated department's in France. The capital and largest town in the department is Châteauroux. The economy is mostly agricultural. In recent years, Indre has attracted many international home-buyers, attracted by the cheaper house prices and the quiet French rural lifestyle.
Locally, there are many beautiful Chateaux, including Château de Valençay, Château de Bouges and Château Raoul, as well as the famous Château de Amboise and Château de Chambord.
La Brenne is a beautiful area of the department, featuring forests, lakes and marshland, which attracts thousands of walkers, bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. La Brenne is also a popular are for cyclists and mountain bikers.
The nearby ZooParc de Beauval is ranked amongst the 5 best zoos in the world and is the largest zoological park in Europe.
Loches is close famous small town boasting beautiful old medieval centre and a weekly market.
The city of Tours is the capital of the Loire Valley and contains a good range of shopping, cultural and medical facilities.
The village of Luçay-le-Mâle has a local train station with services to Valençay and Vierzon (where you can pick up TGV trains to Paris, Lyon, Nantes, Toulouse, Orleans and Tours).
There is a local airport at Tours (1 hour), with flights to London Stansted, Dublin, Marrakech and Porto.
Limoges airport is 1 hour away and it has direct flights to Marakech, Corsica, London Stansted, Bristol, Leeds-Bradford, Manchester and Southampton.
The hamlet of Chaud Buisson is located 1km from the village of Luçay-le-Mâle. The village is located 70km south-east of Tours, 100km north-east of Poitiers and 240km south-west of Paris.
The Brittany Ferries port at Caen is about a 3.5 hour drive and Cherbourg and Le Havre are both around 4.5 hours. Calais is approx 6-7 hours drive.
One month deposit to be paid at time of reservation (this will become your security deposit during your stay). The rent is to be paid monthly on the first day of each month. There is a monthly provision of €170 (towards the utility bills and local taxes), which is to be paid in addition to the rent. Minimum stay is 3 months. Pets may be accepted through prior agreement. There is a mandatory end of stay clean (approximately €150).
Long Term Rentals in France provides the largest selection of long term lets across the South of France, Dordogne and Northern France. Our properties are all personally inspected and available for rentals of between 3 to 12 months.
Long Term Rentals in France
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