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Properties for sale in France

Winkworth France specialises in the sale of quality property in exclusive locations across France, including the Côte d’Azur, Provence (Var, Luberon, Vaucluse), Gard, Loire, Dordogne, Aquitaine, Centre, Normandy, the Alps and Paris.

Utilising our international network of agents and specialist marketing initiatives, we sell properties including villas, apartments, town houses and holiday homes to both resident and international buyers.

We have developed associations with some of the most respected agents in the country (agents immobiliers), which are run by highly professional, bilingual staff, with many years experience. This ensures our clients, both buyers and sellers, benefit from local expertise and careful guidance throughout the process of buying, selling or renting a property in France.

The French operation is coordinated from our head office in central London and managed by Anglo-French staff with many years combined experience.

Our large portfolio of French property includes new and re-sale apartments, villas (both inland and coastal), ‘mas & bastides’, farm houses, manor houses, châteaux and ski chalets.

Recent Property News in France

  • Submit your claim!

    Mas Blanc les Apilles1Yesterday it was confirmed by the European Court of Justice that charges imposed by the French government on foreigners who sold or rented out houses from 2012 is illegal! Things are looking up for the British when it comes to the French property market at the moment. Not only is the pound the strongest it’s […]

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  • Provence and the Art of Fine Food

    H3Quality of life, climate and gastronomy have the largest positive influence on buying property in France. Few regions in France can rival Provence for the quality of life available, its climate and its cuisine. According to a survey carried out by BNP Paribas 86% of buyers sited quality of life as a positive influence on […]

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  • Buying in France for future retirement, for leisure or to better enjoy the Tour de France?

    AIn 2013 BNP Paribas carried out a survey of specific projects and expectations of expatriates investing in France. “The main reason why people intend to buy a property in France is that they want to own a property for future retirement (67%) or to have a second home for holidays and leisure (40%).” “Quality of […]

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