• A majestic, 19th century villa and its guest house
    in a wooded garden in Marseille’s Saint-Just district
  • A surprising holiday home for bishops in a village
    on the banks of the river Charente near to Angoulême
  • An early 19th century, large, luxurious home and a small farm
    on wooded land spanning more than a hectare, in Bayeux
  • In Limoges, in 12 hectares of parkland, meadows and a pond,
    an imposing listed Renaissance manor
  • An 18th century mansion house and its French formal garden,
    in the midst of Versailles’ highly sought-after Notre-Dame district
  • A freehold house on a paved, tree-lined street,
    in the Porte-Dauphine district between Boulogne Wood and Place-Victor-Hugo
  • A Directoire style manor house in the midst of a walled garden
    near to Forges-les-Eaux, 1½ hours from Paris
  • Awaiting restoration, a listed chateau, with a chapel and a dovecote,
    set in 5 hectares, just 10 minutes from Mayenne
  • In the town of Autun, an 18th century mansion
    with outbuildings and botanical garden
  • An 18th century castle-farm and its 5-ha estate
    in the Hesbaye-Liégeoise region
  • On the borders of Burgundy and Champagne,
    a substantial manor house with an enclosed garden
  • A 900 m² palace, with a garden and a terrace,
    in the historic centre of Galatina
  • On the border of the Manche and Calvados departments;
    an 18th century castle and its outbuildings surrounded by almost 20 hectares of land
  • A listed, medieval fortress, redesigned in the Renaissance era,
    on a 29-ha estate, 120 km from Paris in the Champagne region
  • A house, with a swimming pool, amongst the Alentejo region’s olive trees
    near to Castelo-de-Vide and the Spanish border

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