Le Clos des Vignes is a charming residence comprising 86 apartments and small holiday homes set in beautiful country surroundings, with a heated swimming pool, a whirlpool, a fitness and spa suite and a children's play area.
Le Clos des Vignes is a charming residence comprising 86 apartments and small holiday homes set in beautiful country surroundings, with a heated swimming pool, a whirlpool, a fitness and spa suite and a children's play area. Services on offer include table tennis, cot and high chair hire for children under 2, a sauna, as well as hotel services- cleaning, linen provision, maid service and WIFI. Each apartment is furnished and comes with cable TV, fitted and equipped kitchens and bathrooms as well as parking.
s located a convenient 500 metres from the nearest shops and only 1.5 km from the centre of Bergerac. Set on a riverbank, it was once a flourishing trading port (the Salvette quays are a beautiful reminder) and has easy access to the surrounding countryside and many famous wine producers. Walking the streets you will encounter a number of historical sites- the Pelissiere Place, quaint streets, the Saint Jacques church, Recollets cloisters without forgetting naturally, the statue of Cyrano de Bergerac... The town of Bergerac offers superb cultural variety and numerous events are organized throughout the year. There are in fact several interesting museums - the Costi sculpture museum, a wine and waterways museum and a tobacco museum. 5 days a week there is a street market with a wide range of fresh local products.
Bergerac is renowned for various disciplines, such as rowing, woman's handball, parachuting, rugby and also promotes other activities like horse riding, harnessed horse competitions, tennis, regattas, golf, sailing, fishing, cycling, rallies and many more.
Local food and gastronomy:
Gastronomy in the South West of France is quite varied, with dishes including the Tourins (flavoursome soup), the Farci du Perigord (garlic, shallot, herbs and ham wrapped in cabbage leaf), quality meat such as beef, mutton, lam, boar, hare and partridge. Foie Gras and goose or duck confits are also particularly good here, without forgetting of course, the truffle.
The management company
The company exclusively managing this development was created in 1976 and has been operating in the tourism sector for the last 40 years. The current European leader for self-catering holidays, this company manages 75,000 beds in 178 leaseback residences across France. Their property catalogue is used by 8000 travel agencies, with over 3 million holiday brochures being distributed each year.
The investment scheme
Commercial lease of 11 years (ongoing)
Investment option: no occupancy
Rental income: 1.65% (Euro 1,735 )
We have our own French mortgage brokerage service in order to find the most suitable mortgage for each client. Whether you want an interest-only mortgage, a traditional repayment mortgage or hybrid mortgage, we can get the right mortgage for you.
Bergerac is 45 mins from Perigueux, 1 hour from Villeneuve sur Lot and 1 hour 20 mins from Bordeaux and Sarlat.
By car: A10 to Poitiers, then N10 to Angouleme, then D81, D17, D708 to Riberac then D709.
By train: From Paris get the TGV to Bordeaux or Libourne. From there connect to the TER (regional train) which stops at Bergerac.
By plane: Bergerac has its own airport with low cost flights to the UK. Bordeaux Merignac International Airport is 1 hour 45 minutes away with flights to the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
Prices do not include the legal notaire fees.
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