Featured Properties

Magnificent Chateau in 4.7 hecatres with pool

1.350.000 EUR

Magnificent Chateau in 4.7 hecatres with pool - Agen France
Beds: 16   Baths: 14   M2: 1.200   Lot Size: 5   Lot Acres: 11,00   
Magnificent 18th / 19th Century Chateau in grounds of 4.7 hectares, with accommodation spread over 25 main rooms on three levels of 1,200 m2. Currently used as a four-star hotel, with facilities for weddings and seminars. Ground floor: Entrance (...)
Beautiful 19thC former Monastry by the ocean

2.100.000 EUR

Beautiful 19thC former Monastry by the ocean - Soulac-sur-Mer France
Beds: 20   Baths: 8   Lot Size: 4   Lot Acres: 8,70   
This former monastery dating from the end of the 19th century, was been transformed in 1954 into a holiday centre for a government organisation. The complex comprises three buildings withtotal of 22 bedrooms: Building A (Accommodation and (...)
Beautiful house with second house, near the ocean

299.900 EUR

Beautiful house with second house, near the ocean - Saint Vivien France
Beds: 3   Baths: 2   M2: 187   Lot Size: 2.048   Lot Acres: 0,50   County: Gironde   Region: Medoc   
Beautiful stone building of 187 m² dating from the early 1900s, presently divided into 2 houses (84 and 103 m²), retaining the possibility of opening them into one residence or keeping one as a gite. The 1st part includes an entrance (...)
Dordogne & Lot-Et-Garonne
Dordogne & Lot-Et-Garonne Dordogne is one of the most well-known departments in France. Located in the region of Aquitaine, between the Loire valley and the Hautes-Pyrénées, and named after the great river that runs through it. Famous for its pre-historic caves, vineyards, and long Anglo-French associations still evident in the many fortified Bastide towns dating from the 100 years War, its boundaries now roughly correspond with the ancient county of the Périgord. The centre of the department is the ancient port of Bergerac, now one of the most popular destinations for visitors to France. It’s less well-known Aquitaine neighbour to the South, Lot-et-Garonne, is also named after its famous rivers, and is the birthplace of King Henri IV. It too features many Bastide and Medieval towns, such as Villeneuve on the river Lot, and features beautiful rolling countryside and panoramic views. It connects the Atlantic and Mediterranean oceans by its 200 kilometre long Canal Lateral-à-la-Garonne.
Bordeaux and Gironde
Bordeaux and Gironde Gironde is part of the South-West region of Aquitaine, bordering the departments of the Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, Dordogne, Charente-Maritime, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. It has the biggest concentration of AOC wine producing vineyards in the world, including St. Emilion, Pomerol and and Sauternes. The vibrant City of Bordeaux has a long history as an important cultural, commercial centre and port, with the Opera, Grand Theatre, elegant shops and quays attracting many visitors each year.
Medoc Atlantic Coast
Medoc Atlantic Coast The Medoc is one of the most prestigious of the Bordeaux wine growing regions, home to more than 1,500 vineyards, such as Margaux and Saint Estephe. It is located in the north of the Gironde, with the longest beach in France: nearly 100 kilometres of Atlantic coastline, and to the east, the left bank of the Gironde estuary. It also boasts the largest freshwater lake in France at Hourtin, and famous surfing beaches which host the annual International Surfing Championships at Lacanau. There are six 18-hole golf courses in the region, one of which Golf du Medoc, is the 3rd best rated in France.