The Brittany region itself is comprised of four separate departments. They are the Finistere, the Cotes-d’Armor, the Morbihan and the Ille-et-Vilaine. In total, the Brittany region covers over 27,000 km² and is home to over 3 million residents including a large number of expatriate’s predominantly from throughout the European region.
There is a huge range of property for sale in Brittany, and over the course of the past 20 years there has been a large demand from overseas buyers who are looking to purchase a property in what many see as being one of France’s most picturesque regions.
The price of property in Brittany can vary immensely, ranging from €50,000 for some of the smaller country properties in need of renovation, through to €750,000 for some of the larger, luxurious and traditional Breton properties for which the region is so well-known.
For people looking to purchase property in Brittany, there are a number of towns and villages worthy of consideration. Destinations including Morlaix, Dinan, Callac, Ruffiac, Josselin and Vannes all offer a wide selection of properties from which to choose. Outside of the towns however Brittany offers a stunning range of chateaux and countryside retreats, indeed it would be fair to say these properties have been the focus of much of the demand in recent years.