Wednesday November 25, 2020

Gallic Pieds-à-terre

Whether riviera, countryside or city, premium French properties command high prices

13th March, 2016
18th century stone farmhouse, South Luberon

Unlike much of mainland Europe, the French high-end property market weathered the global economic decline comparatively well, remaining relatively stable and robust. Recently, it has seen an upturn in interest from well-heeled international buyers in search of the good life and eager to acquire trophy homes in the millionaires’ playground in the south.

Emile Garcin is a French, family-run, luxury real estate agent, operating since 1963 and with branches nationwide. Its agent David Stanley...

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