• An old, 14th century, stronghold house
    in the south of Burgundy and the birthplace of Charolais cattle
  • On the heights of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, in the old village of Grimaud
    a late 17th century house, steeped in history
  • A Directoire style chateau and its outbuildings in 11 ha
    just a few minutes from the beaches on the Cotentin peninsula
  • In southern Burgundy, a Tuscan-inspired recreational residence in grounds of 3 hectares
  • A renovated, 18th century, Salento style house,
    with a roof terrace, in the historic centre of Nardò
  • A 12th century priory and its many rosebushes, a guest house and a swimming pool
    between the Poitou, Touraine and Anjou regions
  • An eminent listed castle in the Angoumois region,
    owned by La-Rochefoucauld family for a thousand years
  • At the gates of the Savoy region,
    a 16th century stronghold house and its 13-hectare estate
  • A 97-ha farming property on the heights
    of Mallorca’s Serra-de-Tramuntana mountain range
  • A 147 m² house, with its four bedrooms and its flower-filled garden,
    in the land of open-air cafés with their dance floors
  • A listed, 14th & 15th century stronghold house and its chapel,
    with outbuildings and more than 8 ha, in a region known as Mayenne-Angevine
  • An elegant 18th century estate
    ten minutes from the centre of Tours
  • At the gates of the Gulf of Morbihan,
    former 18th century orangery and its outbuildings
  • A typical house, with a view over Lucefecit Lake,
    under the ramparts of Terena, in the Alentejo region
  • An authorised architectural project on a 1.3 ha plot of building land,
    designed by a bolognese architect in Carovigno, in the region of Apulia

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