My holiday home insurance is due to expire soon (is expensive and has to be paid in one wallop)- and as I am now spending more and more time here and will be going to the UK much less ( going through that difficult period of trying to get myself 'in the system' here as an early retiree)....I think I need to get myself French insured.
I do have a regular monthly income, but it is limited and I am trying to ascertain what the average cost of house insurance is in France and an internet search has revealed not a lot that is helpful...
My property is sturdily built converted (1902), stone farm building of a bout 200sqm habitable space with a large attached, old, stone, tobacco barn, that functions as workshop, garage and storage.Roofs in good condition.1 small stone store/chicken house...good condition.Under 1/2 acre of jardin.
No state of the art locks, or double-glazing, but substantial shutters and close French and English neighbours...so not isolated.No pool to worry about.
Can anyone supply a ball-park guesstimate ? I'm going to the local assurance in the next couple of days.