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April 2013

New Bells for Notre Dame Paris

Tweet Paris is getting a new sound from its famous Notre Dame cathedral. For generations, the sounds of Notre Dame’s bells has cast a discordant note over the city.  The original bells of the cathedral were melted down during the French Revolution to make cannons and coins.  Only one of the original bells – a [...]

Aix-en-Provence Lovely Contemporary Estate Home

Tweet This lovely contemporary home, in the Montaiguet area, about 20 minutes from Aix-en-Provence, has stunning panoramic views of the adjacent countryside. In quiet surroundings, the home, originally built in 1980, was tastefully restored in 2008/2009. The home has a large living room and dining room, with a lovely American kitchen; a back kitchen, a [...]

Stunning Chateau in Lot Valley, Southwest France

Tweet The Lot River Valley, in southwest France, is one of the most beautiful areas of France. This beautiful chateau in the Lot – located between Cahors and Agen – dates back to the 15th century. The main residence (there are three buildings, of which the main building offers four levels) includes 11 bedrooms, each [...]

Paris Apartment 16th Arrondissement

Tweet This tastefully restored Paris apartment in the 16th arrondissement (Avenue Georges Mandel) is on the ground floor in a lovely building. The flat includes a large living and dining room, a large, fitted kitchen, large entrance hall, and a large master suite with a dressing room and bathroom. The property also includes an independent [...]

Lot Valley Restored Mansion near Cahors, France

Tweet This beautifully restored mansion just west of Cahors, in the Lot Valley, France, is a stunning home waiting for the lucky buyer. Tastefully restored with quality materials, this stone-built house of approximately 2150 square feet is set on two levels, with a large living room and dining room with fireplace, a beautiful modern kitchen, [...]

Lot France Property One Hour from Toulouse

Tweet This superb Lot property is located in the Quercy Blanc region of France, between Cahors and the southern boundary of the Lot – a region characterized by its many white limestone buildings. The beautifully restored main house dates from 1800, and combines the charm of an ancient mansion and the comfort of a modern [...]