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6 (Must See) Luxury French Coastal Properties For Sale

Majestic villas and apartments in the French Riviera offer sea views and multiple bedrooms, private beach entry and in-home gyms. French Riviera real estate comes with more than tennis courts, heated swimming pools and cozy home theatres, though. You’ll also be able to live a jet set lifestyle with access to exclusive parties and events, gourmet restaurants, and designer boutiques. You’ll bask in year-round sunny skies and celebrate at cultural events every season.

French Coastal Properties For Sale

Let us showcase six French coastal properties for sale which boast prestigious locations, high-end amenities and a characteristically glamorous way of life.
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7 Common Questions Asked by Vineyard Buyers in France

Europe is leading the wine industry and it has France to thank. There are so many different types of grapes that are cultivated in France because of its wide range of climates. Both well-known and rare varietals are grown there, all of them contributing to France’s established wine culture.

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Owning a French vineyard property comes with a storybook-worthy lifestyle as well as the opportunity for a booming business. With 1.9 million vineyard acres to choose from, you’re sure to find the property that fits perfectly with your dreams and aspirations.

Even though buying vineyard property in France may be well worth it, the process can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate. It’s important to understand the basics, especially if you haven’t had experience running this type of property before.

There’s a lot to consider, from how many grapes go into just one bottle of wine to what you can expect to be included in the asking price. Continue reading

French Property: Escape to the French Riviera

If you are looking to buy property on the French Riviera, here is the lowdown on locations that can give you more for your money.

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While property sales show no sign of slowing down for Home Hunts, the forthcoming Brexit – Britain’s future departure from the European Union – is likely to slow down the number of British buyers purchasing in the EU in the months ahead.

Although the pound has dropped a little against the euro, exchange rates are still favourable and interest rates in France remain extremely low. However, despite this buyers are, understandably, looking for a good property deal more than ever before. Continue reading

6 Key Things You Need to Know Before You Buy French Property

There are many advantages to owning French property: immersing yourself in a new language and culture, living in the chateau or Paris apartment of your dreams, indulging in local cuisine on a regular basis. Buying property in France is quite different than buying property in the UK, though. France has different rules for everything from electricity and gas supply to swimming pool safety. Even if you’re familiar with UK real estate and home buying, purchasing French property comes with its own set of regulations and facts to learn.

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French Property: Escape to Saint-Tropez

Offering remarkable views of the Mediterranean Sea and the Maures mountains, as well as the chic side to Riviera life, Saint-Tropez is one of the most sought-after resorts in the world.

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Saint-Tropez is situated in the Var department of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and has long attracted stars from the worlds of fashion, film, music and sport. From quaint little fishing port to glamorous and upmarket Mediterranean resort for the global elite, Saint-Tropez has evolved over the years into one of the most sought after locations for prime real estate. Continue reading

5 of the Best (Must See) Luxury Villas For Sale in St Tropez

Saint-Tropez property ranges from centralized villas in the middle of town to private houses and intimate apartments a bit further away from the buzz of it all. You can own a dazzling seaside home with gorgeous views of the Mediterranean where you’ll spend most of the day outside on the terrace. You can also live on artfully designed land that makes you feel like you’re in a pristine park rather than your own back garden. You can even find a turnkey property that’s fabulous enough to live in right now while expanding it to truly make it your own.

Best Villas For Sale in St Tropez

Here is a small selection of some of the latest apartments and luxury villas for sale in St Tropez at the moment. Continue reading

The Perfect Place to Buy French Property: The French Alps

One of the most desirable locations to own property in France, the French Alps are visited by around 55 million people each year. But where are the best places to buy property in the French Alps?

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The Alps span more than 1,000km across eight Alpine countries: from Austria and Slovenia in the east, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany and France to the west, and Italy and Monaco to the south.

Offering good snowfall, world-class ski resorts and facilities, and plenty of income opportunities, buying property in the French Alps can provide ski enthusiasts with the perfect holiday home. Continue reading

10 of the Best Villages in France (to visit or live in)

Where are France’s best-loved villages? With 153 villages considered to be “the most beautiful in France”, we’ve picked ten from the collection that are among the most popular to visit or live in.

Inspired by the recent release of the Official Guide to the Most Beautiful Villages of France, which featured in a recent article in The Telegraph, here is a list of ten of the most picturesque villages in France.

With each possessing historical and cultural riches, these are some of rural France’s most attractive places to visit or to buy property in France.

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Getting Around Paris: 14 Essential Things You Need to Know

Paris may be a fast-paced city, but there’s something to be said for slowing down and taking in the view. Since few people actually drive in Paris, just about every other mode of transport comes with the opportunity to do a little sightseeing. If you’re new to Paris, then you’ll want to get out and about as much as possible.

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Here are a few ways that people living in Paris find their way around. Once you have familiarized yourself with the different modes of transport you’ll be able to navigate the city like a pro! Continue reading