gardening and landscaping business for sale in lot et garonne franceLe Berme is located near Castillonnes in the Lot et Garonne in the south-west of France and just ten miles from me here in Piis. Guy and Jane Robinson have established a garden maintenance, landscaping and flower and fruit production business as well as a Gite and bed and breakfast. Their five bedroom house and gite are set in seventeen acres of secluded gardens planted with many rare specimen trees and shrubs. There is a flower and fruit production area with 130 Blueberry plants that are estimated to be worth €9,000 euros a year from next year. There is €40,000 worth of very good conditions (nearly new in many cases) machinery and a Boxer van. The asking price is €665,000 for the house and gite and £35,000 for the gardening business. For the full write up visit - Gardening and flower business for sale in France
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  • If only! Sounds wonderful, if anyone is reading this blog, GO READ THE FULL WRITE UP NOW! - please let us know how Guy and Jane get on. If they'd consider taking on staff as an option, Fereday and I are both housetrained!
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    Hi Cat

    Unfortunately, I don't think they could afford to live there and pay staff :-0)
    This is definitely a great opportunity for someone who wants a challenge and a change in lifestyle.

    I will keep everyone informed and I am going to invite Guy and Jane into the network so that they can answer any questions directly.

    All the best

  • Wish them all the best!
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