• A 13th century, large, luxurious home and its outbuildings in a landscape garden,
    overlooking a valley in the Calvados department in the midst of Swiss Normandy
  • Just a stone’s throw from the beaches on the Cotentin peninsula,
    a 16th century manor house and its outbuildings
  • Entre Champagne et Bourgogne,
    un délicieux prieuré, sa chapelle et ses dépendances
  • An authentic, listed, 16th & 17th century manor house, with its guest house,
    its outbuildings and almost 13 hectares in the Anjou region
  • An ever-authentic, 17th century, fortified farm
    in more than 2 ha of parklands, 30 minutes from Périgueux
  • An old, 19th century, military horse supply centre
    where the Charente and Dordogne department boundaries meet
  • In Sologne, two hours from Paris and one hour from Orléans,
    a perched house with a river and 11 ha of woodlands
  • An 18th century, traditional Bastide house, with a dovecote,
    facing Mount Sainte-Victoire, in a medieval village
  • A villa awaiting restoration, with three hectares of land,
    in the area around Cutrofiano on the Salento peninsula
  • A 14th century church
    between the Causses and the Cévennes regions
  • A 16th century castle awaiting restoration
    in the countryside around Nardò
  • An 18th century palace, its roof terrace and its garden,
    in the shade of orange trees, in Soleto on the Salento peninsula
  • In the Côtes-de-Bourg area, a traditional, 17th & 19th century Chartreuse house,
    with its tower, its outbuildings, its parklands and its lake
  • A Directoire-style chateau, its outbuildings and its equestrian facilities
    in 9 ha of parklands on the edge of a forest and a village
  • A family flat laid out in an old, 17th century convent
    in the Temple district of the Upper Marais

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