Property For Sale La Caillere-Saint-Hilaire,France

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4 bed Property for sale

Beautiful 4 Bedroom House For Sale in Vendee France

$404,831 | £291,208 | €335,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 0Baths 4Beds
Beautiful 4 Bedroom House For Sale in Vendee France

Euroresales Property iD- 9825781

Property information:

This house stands within it's own large garden and is totally private. it is within the village with its own shops and bank.

All the windows have recently been replaced by double glazing. The newly furbished kitchen/dinning has its own under floor heating.

The bathroom has a bath and separate italian shower. There is a double aspect sitting room with open fireplace and french windows.


4 Bedrooms
Private Large Garden
Double Glazing Windows
Underfloor Heating
Open Fireplace
Off Street Parking

About the Area:

The Vendee is a department in the Pays de la Loire region in west-central France, on the Atlantic Ocean. The name Vendee is taken from the River Vendee which runs through the southeastern part of the department.

in French history the Vendee is known as a stronghold of monarchist sentiment; as recently as 2001 there were still families in the Vendee who refused to welcome those whose ancestors had bought biens nationaux during the French Revolution.[c

The area today called the Vendee was originally known as the Bas-Poitou and is part of the former province of Poitou. in the southeast corner, the village of Nieul-sur-l'Autise is believed to be the birthplace of Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204). Eleanor's son, Richard the Lionheart often had his base in Talmont. The Hundred Years' War (1337-1453) turned much of the Vendee into a battleground.

Since the Vendee held a considerable number of influential Protestants, including control by Jeanne d'Albret mother of Henry iV of France, the region was greatly affected by the French Wars of Religion which broke out in 1562 and continued until 1598. in April of that year King Henri iV issued the Edict of Nantes and the Wars came to an end. The revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 caused many Huguenots to flee from the Vendee. in the void, the region became rigorously Catholic due to the influence of a preacher and Marian missionary Louis de Montfort who radically changed the spirituality of the region. Many attribute the effect of his preaching to prepare the Vendeans for their revolt against the French Revolution.

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