Golf Property in France

French property near a golf course is highly sought after; when it’s within walking distance of, overlooking or actually on a golf course then it becomes an even better investment.

A different tactic is to buy a golf property that is centrally located for several courses – this not only lets you try out different courses yourself but enables you to market your property to fellow golfers as perfectly situated for golfing breaks.

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Within easy reach of Paris are 14 golf courses which will give plenty of choice to the experienced golfer. Golf residences on new-build developments with swimming pools, saunas and jacuzzis all within commuting distance of the capital are great investment opportunities.

The Côte d’Azur boasts 8 golf courses, all within a 40 minute drive of each other; and there are a similar number of courses in Vaucluse, Bouches du Rhône and along the pine-fringed Atlantic coast between Biarritz and Bordaux. In northern France, there are several golf courses around Deauville and the D-day landings beaches in Calvados while Nord Pas de Calais boasts courses around Le Touquet and Hardelot and several others within a 30 minutes’ drive.

First choose the region of France you want to buy in, climate and/or accessibility will usually govern your decision. Then decide on the type of golf property to suit your needs; will it be a large new-build villa, a lock-up-and-leave apartment or a character property with grounds? Will you purchase outright or will you buy a leaseback property? With the latter, you lease your freehold property back to a holiday company in return for some personal usage and a guaranteed rental income (the lower the personal usage, the higher the annual return). Not only that, the French government will even refund you the 19.6% VAT on the purchase!

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