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April 2010

Vence, France Real Estate – Lovely Villa in Provence

Tweet Vence is one of those lovely towns on the Cote d’Azur, where you could spend the rest of your life, or wonderful months in your second home, exploring the French Riviera – Nice, Cannes, Antibes, Eze, Saint-Paul de Vence – and the cities and lovely hilltop towns and villages of Provence. The town is [...]

Grasse Real Estate – Lovely Estate in Perfume Capital

Tweet The city of Grasse, on the French Riviera, is known at the perfume capital of the world. With a lovely climate, and just minutes to such famous places as Cannes and Nice, Grasse is one of the great locations on the Riviera to look for a second home, or even your main home if [...]

Moated Chateau in the Gironde – French Real Estate

Tweet Ever dreamed of owning a medieval castle, surrounded by a moat, in France? This elegant chateau in the Gironde region of southwest France might be your dream home come true. Located in a beautiful park, this castle has 10 bedrooms and four reception rooms. The chateau’s foundations date back to the 11th century, but [...]

Paris Real Estate 16th Arrondissement

Tweet Situated in Paris on the right bank of the River Seine, the 16th arrondissement is where many of the diplomatic embassies are located in the city. This administrative district is considered generally to be the richest section of Paris, and real estate – apartments and homes – sell at a premium here. Avenue Foch, [...]

Elysee Palace Paris – Real Estate 8th Arrondissement

Tweet The Elysee Palace, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, on the right bank of the Seine, is the official residence of the President of France. Paris’ 8th arrondissement includes such stunning attractions as the Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde. This is a view of the Elysee palace entrance from Rue Saint-Honore. [...]




Tweet The city of Aix-en-Provence is a must to explore if you are thinking of real estate and homes in the south of France – particularly in the beautiful sun-drenched Provence region. Founded in 123 B.C. by the Romans, the old medieval center of the city is a magnet for tourists. Aix-en-Provence has long been [...]