• A fully renovated, 16th century, stately home
    in the historic centre of Lecce
  • A 19th century mansion house and its wooded parklands
    in the midst of Marseille’s Saint-Julien district
  • In Brignoles, looking out over an enclosed, verdant garden,
    a large, 19th century, middle-class home
  • An impressive, fully restored, 19th century chateau,
    on the edge of a village in the rural Upper Anjou region
  • In south Finistère, in a well-preserved ecosystem,
    an authentic coastline cottage
  • In Ivry-sur-Seine, a 2-storey, 196 m², open-plan flat in a pastoral setting,
    part of an old industrial complex transformed into an art centre
  • A house and its listed mill on the river Dropt,
    with meadows, a lake and a dominant view over the river
  • An old, late 18th century convent
    in Vaucouleurs, in the Land of Joan-of-Arc
  • Cahors: on the embankment of the right bank of the Lot, “Henry IV’s House”,
    a listed mansion house, emblematic of the town, awaiting renovation
  • In Mézy-sur-Seine, in the Vexin Regional Natural Park, 45 minutes from Paris,
    an 1880 family home, its outbuilding, Napoleon III style greenhouse and landscaped garden
  • A 17th century masseria farmhouse and its hunting grounds
    on the heights in the area around Ugento
  • An elegant, 16th century presbytery and its large farm, bordered by a stream
    on some 5 ha of land with an unobstructed view, 120 km from Paris
  • An old mill, its 2-ha parklands and its lake
    in town, just 30 minutes from Tours
  • A surprising, little, 17th century dwelling
    in the midst of the wild Léguer Valley in west Brittany
  • An original family home and its garden,
    nestling in the midst of the village of Saint-Cloud

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