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Great artists throughout history have been inspired by le mas, a farmhouse commonly found in rural Provence. If you’re buying countryside property in Provence, it’s likely you’ve been captivated by this distinctive type of stone house too.
If you’re buying a property in Tuscany, your choice is sure to be influenced by those ambrosial foods for which the region is famous. Sun-ripened fruits, olives, prosciutto and porcini are just some of the local ingredients found in speciality dishes that have visitors to Tuscany rushing to the nearest trattoria.
At Winkworth Portugal, we relish a retirement property brief. After all, the beauty of retirement in the Algarve is that you don’t have to downsize. Here, your budget will buy a spectacular amount of square footage, leaving you to enjoy a superior lifestyle in the sun supported by affordable living costs, excellent health care and superb travel links.
As at least 70,000 finance jobs are predicted to move from London to Paris, our Winkworth France property experts predict an increase in demand for Paris apartments. Read on for our international news round up.
How do you “do” Florence with small children? What’s the buzz about chilled Chianti, and - the greatest mystery of them all - just why do Tuscans live forever?
Investing in a luxury new-build villa in Paphos is the beginning of a beautiful adventure. Chancing on a fabulous new beach, restaurant or golf-course is the best bit when you own holiday property in Cyprus. Here are a few of Winkworth International’s favourites.
Presenting a winning mix of town and country, Western Europe’s largest lake - known by French speakers as Lac Léman - is bordered by waterfront apartments, fairytale châteaux and cosy swiss cottages. So is a property in a place like this right for you? David King, Winkworth’s Head of International property, has the answers.