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NB : Climate shows average sunshine hours per year supplied by Meteo

France & compared to UK rate of 1,341 pa. Property prices supplied by

Notaires de France and correct at time of going to press.

LEGGETT IMMOBILIER - LOCAL KNOWLEDGE YOU CAN TRUST 65

Just a quick note to thank you and

your company for the professional

way in which you have undertaken

our property search over the last

two years. We'd searched with other

companies before, but Leggett was

always head and shoulders above

the rest. Every agent was polite,

professional and knowledgeable.

ONE TO WATCH

" Bédarieux is a hidden gem that

is always popular when it's discovered

by international buyers. It sits

in the Haut-Languedoc regional

natural park, yet is just 30 minutes

from the sea and is close to two spa

towns. The former castle dates from

the 14th century and the beautiful

streets retain their 17th century architecture.

Property prices are reasonable and it has a go-ahead Maire,

who is investing heavily in the town.

If you're looking for a spot in the

south of France that mixes culture,

beauty and a perfect location, then

you may just have found it."

Claudia  Götting is one of our most successful

agents in the region.

REGION OF FRANCE

CLIMATE

AV HOUSE €

Rhône-Alpes 2,065 €211,700

Provence-AlpesCôte d'Azur

2,724 €290,000

LanguedocRoussillon

2,668 €180,000

Nimes

Menton

many of them are ex-clients

who love the area and want to

share their knowledge. Take a

look at our listings and you'll

find a choice of purpose-built

ski resorts such as Meribel

and La Plagne. There are also

smaller, village resorts like La

Clusaz and Samoëns. Within

our listings we have everything

from studio apartments to the

most prestigious of chalets. We

also have a lovely selection of

barns to renovate and simple

village houses just waiting for

someone to add colour to the

flower boxes.

There are dramatic differences

in price between départements

and even between

ski resorts; local knowledge is

essential. You'll pay premium

prices in some resorts like

Courchevel and Val'd'Isère. This

is where the famous ski resorts,

chic boutiques and nightclubs

are packed with A-list celebrities.

PACA

Speaking of A-list celebrities,

the PACA region can hold its

own with any other patch of

real estate on the planet. Take

a drive along the Corniches,

and you'll see why. These are

three roads, around 30 km in

length, which hang to the side

of the cliffs between Menton

and Nice. Fold the car roof

down and make sure that when

you stop for cocktails, they're

shaken and not stirred.

You may be pleasantly

surprised to know that you

do not have to be a multi-millionaire

to buy a property in

PACA - although our team has

got a selection to choose from

if you are. The highest prices

are along the coast, where

each resort has a unique feel.

It's impossible to compare the

atmosphere of St Tropez with

that of Cannes or Nice. The one

thing they do have in common

is that location is everything.

As you move away from

the Med, the properties become

reasonable. The average prices

are €213,000 in the Vaucluse,

€282,000 in the Bouches-duRhône and €310,000 in the

Var. Once again, this is a region

where local knowledge is

vital. Our team has a wealth of

knowledge on property prices,

the prettiest villages, local

schooling and - importantly

- the back routes to avoid the

summer trafic.

Our portfolio in PACA is varied. Properties

start at €65,000

for a village house and go up to

€12.5m for a water-edge villa.

Our portfolio includes over

650 properties throughout the

region, so the chances are we'll

have something to suit your

style and budget.

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