Birot sells to singing Chinese Billionaire. It is not often that we have the freedom to openly speak about Read More
The Dordogne has an undeniable richness of architecture, landscape, culture and renowned reputation as the Read More
This week Vincent Rousset did an expose in for the SudOuest’s “La Vie Economique” featuring our Li Lijuan (Lily as we call her). Read More
The Dordogne region is a lifestyle paradise for those that visit or purchase real estate in the Dordogne. Homes in the Dordogne are never far from purveyors of the finest foods in the world whether they be restaurants or the traditional market square. It is the perfect environment for “foodies” and wine lovers. Read More
Living in the Dordogne offers rich and varied experiences many of which are centred on its ancient villages and towns. The Dordogne region is famous for its historic fortified towns, known as bastides. They were mostly built during the reigns of King Henry III of England and his son Edward I. They were founded by the English kings and by local feudal landlords such as Raymond, Count of Toulouse, as part of the continual challenges to the authority of the descendants of Henry II, following his marriage in 1152 to Eleanor of Aquitaine. Aquitaine was at the time one of the wealthiest regions in Europe, and therefore a substantial asset to the kings of England for the next three hundred years until the end of the Hundred Years War in 1453. Read More
Unless you have some special long term relationship with the part of France that you are seeking to buy in, your information will not be sufficient to make a well informed decision. With a purchase of the size that a property in France is likely to represent Read More