75 minutes from Bordeaux and Agen, near to Labastide-d’Armagnac, a fortified town that stylistically and urbanistically has remained unchanged, in the peace and quiet of a Landes forest not yet planted with the legendary pine trees but still featuring the luxuriant vegetation and flora of the Gers region, its already sandy soil having almost orthopaedic properties under the horses’ hooves, the property spans a surface area of more than twenty-six hectares.
Approx. 60 minutes from Cahors and Brive-La-Gaillarde; thirty or so km (19 miles) from the magnificent, medieval city of Figeac, and less than 15 minutes from all amenities in Lacapelle-Marival and St Céré. On the edge of the Quercy Causses Regional Nature Park, a region with unspoilt countryside and healthy surroundings. An ideal starting point for exploring not only the “circuit des Merveilles” (route of wonders): Rocamadour, Padirac, Montal, Autoir, Carennac, Bretenoux, Lacave, etc., but also the beautiful Lot, Célé and Dordogne valleys.
53 miles from Paris and 12.5 miles from Rouen and its station for reaching Paris in less than 90 minutes.
On the outskirts of a village of 1,500 inhabitants, in the heart of a heritage-rich region, this estate, together with its large neighbouring residences, is set in unspoilt countryside, full of irregular-shaped fields separated by hedges and ditches.
Where Upper and Lower Normandy meet, close to the Ouche and Perche regions, the property, near to a village with 250 inhabitants, is approx. 140 km (88 miles) from Paris and Caen via the A28 and A13, 75 km (47 miles) from Deauville and 46 km (29 miles) from Evreux. The nearest French SNCF station is 20 km (13 miles) away.
In a vine-growing region of Provence in a hamlet just a few kilometres from a very lively medieval village, 40 minutes from the sea (Sainte Maxime), 1 hour from Nice airport and 45 minutes from that of Toulon Hyères. 25 minutes from a TGV train station and the motorway, and 5 minutes from shops with essential items.