September 14, 2017
charenteart
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The Beautifol Charente...

French Entrée have recently written a guide to the beautiful Charente, detailing that the Charente is one of the most popular areas for property in France. Take a look for more information:…
September 07, 2017
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Property Pick of the Week!

Close to Ruffec: 2-bed stone property with barn and garden 81 750 € Area : 16700 Ruffec This pretty stone property is in great condition and is situated just a 5 minute drive from the lovely market town of Ruffec with its shops, restaurants and train station.…
September 07, 2017
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Events in France in September

There are some great events across France in September including Le Grand Pavois in La Rochelle from 27th September to the 2nd October, where over 800 boats will be on display. To find out about different events across the country click:…
September 07, 2017
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Our new magazine is out now!

Our new magazine is out now! Packed full of the latest properties on the market, pick up a copy from our office now! Or if you're looking to sell we highlight what we can offer and you'll see the type of magazine you'll be featured in next time too. Enjoy!

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Rejallant featured on national television over the weekend as a great place for locals and holiday makers to visit.  It's a beautiful spot by the river just a few minutes outside of Ruffec, perfect for picnics, swimming, playing, dining in the restaurant or caneoing.

 

To see the TV piece check out our facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/propertiesincharente/

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Compagnie Immobiliere Charentaise (CIC) was established in 1988, and has helped over 1000 clients buy property in France. CIC is a French and British co-owned company dealing with clients from all over the world. We offer properties across the Charente, into the Deux Sevres and the Vienne.....more