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What appliances are typically included in a rental?

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We asked foreigners in France what appliances are typically included in a rental, and, if there is anything else included or not included that a newcomer would not expect. Replies included...

"A rental property in France typically includes basic kitchen appliances such as a refrigerator and stovetop, as well as a washing machine and dryer. In some cases, air conditioners and heating systems are also included. Furnishings, such as a bed and chairs, are usually not provided," wrote a member who made the move to France.

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