Whether you want to live in a coun­try farm­house or a fairy-tale château, Lozère has lots to of­fer. Our pick of homes for sale in­cludes some­thing to suit all bud­gets and tastes

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Our se­lec­tion of prop­er­ties for sale across Lozère to suit all bud­gets


Si­t­u­ated 15 min­utes from the com­mune of La Canour­gue, this farm­house of­fers coun­try­side views and a quiet at­mos­phere. The prop­erty is set on 3,000m² of land and in­cludes sev­eral out­build­ings. In need of some work, it would be per­fect for some­one who wants to take on a project. Con­tact: Se­lec­tion Habitat se­lec­tion­hab­i­tat.com


Turquoise-coloured shut­ters give this stone-built prop­erty in Blav­i­gnac a typ­i­cal French feel. The prop­erty comes with an out­build­ing while the main house fea­tures a cel­lar and a laun­dry room. Boast­ing stun­ning open views, the prop­erty is close to lo­cal ameni­ties, while the A75 is 2km away. Con­tact: Se­lec­tion Habitat se­lec­tion­hab­i­tat.com


Lo­cated near the pretty ham­let of Le Pont-de-Montvert, this char­ac­ter­ful house is in move-in con­di­tion. Built from gran­ite stone, three of its five bed­rooms are en suite, while low slop­ing ceil­ings and a wood­burner give a cosy feel. There is also a twobed­room de­tached gîte with a ter­race. Con­tact: Mar­cel Immo marce­limmo.com


Close to Ste-En­imie and bor­der­ing the Tarn river, this stone-built prop­erty com­prises two small houses and sev­eral out­build­ings, all set in five hectares of land. Both houses have al­ready been ren­o­vated, yet still re­tain a num­ber of orig­i­nal fea­tures in­clud­ing vaulted stone ceil­ings, and could eas­ily be rented out. Con­tact: French Prop­erty Cen­tre french­prop­er­ty­cen­tre.com


This charm­ing listed manoir was built in 1760 and many of its orig­i­nal fea­tures still re­main to this day. The prop­erty is lo­cated be­side a quaint church and of­fers stun­ning views of the Marg­eride area. With seven bed­rooms and three spa­cious re­cep­tion rooms, there’s plenty of room to host vis­it­ing guests. Con­tact: Sifex sifex.co.uk


Nes­tled in the moun­tains, at the edge of the Cévennes Na­tional Park, this im­pres­sive 14th-cen­tury château has been built with lo­cal grey stone. Boast­ing tow­ers, a cen­tral court­yard and five acres of wood­land, it has true fairy-tale charm. It also comes with sev­eral out­build­ings and self-con­tained apart­ments. Con­tact: My French House my-french-house.com







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