- Region 2: Aquitaine, Midi-Pyrénées
- French Departments: 09 Ariège, 12 Aveyron, 22 Côtes d'Armor, 29 Finistère, 32 Gers, 31 Haute-Garonne, 35 Ille-et-Vilaine, 46 Lot, 56 Morbihan, 65 Hautes-Pyrénées, 81 Tarn, 82 Tarn-et-Garonne,
- Country: France
- Listed: January 2, 2015 2:45 pm
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The Leggett team in the Midi Pyrenees are all bilingual and they know the area and local property market intimately. They cover all eight departments and have a growing portfolio of property for sale.
They also have a central support team to ensure that your house search passes smoothly and successfully. The central support team is headed by Leggett’s Chief Executive, Trevor Leggett – one of the most experienced and respected property experts in France. It includes lawyers, accountants, marketing experts and a call centre team who will arrange a viewing schedule to make the most of your visit. Leggett Immobilier was appointed ‘French Estate Agency of the year’ in 2013 so you know you are in safe hands when dealing with such a well respected French Estate Agency.
If you would be interested in joining the Leggett Midi Pyrenees team , then just email Sarah at Leggett.
Meet the Leggett Midi Pyrenees team and view all their properties.
Yvonne Russell – Email – View Yvonne’s properties for sale in Midi Pyrenees
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Let us help you find your dream French property – If you are thinking of buying a property in the Midi Pyrenees then please contact one of our agents, they have many proprietaries to choose from to suit all pockets, from a simple holiday home to a stunning French Châteaux. Discussing your requirements with an experienced French estate agent, will help you narrow down your short list and save you valuable time in your quest to find your dream French property.
Selling your property in Midi Pyrenees – With thousands and thousands of properties for sale across France, marketing your French property with a high profile proactive French estate agent should be your fist port of call. Leggett immobilier is one of the best know national estate agents in France, drawing potential clients from literally all over the globe and not just relying on existing French residents. Also remember that is is the buy who pays the agents fee’s in France, so it will not cost you nothing to have your property marketed by Leggett.
The Departments of the Midi Pyrenees
The Ariege takes after the river of the same name and has the medieval town of Foix as its capital. The Pyrenees mountains form a fantastic backdrop to this beautiful department and it is one of the least populated and most unspoilt areas of France. There are a number of fresh water lakes which make it perfect for fishing, canoeing, sailboarding or simply having a picnic. The mountains offer terrific skiing, snow boarding, hiking and biking.
The Aveyron is one of the original departments created during the French revolution in 1790, its administrative capital is the ancient and historic town of Rodez. The department is famous for the quality and beauty of the cathedrals, castles and monasteries – the abbey in Conques sits astride one of the most beautiful villages in Europe. The Millau bridge is the tallest in the world and attracts visitors throughout the year – it is truly a stunning piece of architecture.
The Gers is another department named after the river that flows through it. The capital, Auch, is named after the tribe that lived there before the Romans came in 50BC and the cathedral in the city centre is a sight to behold. This is an agricultural department, famous for Armagnac which is the oldest brandy distilled in France. Other specialities include foie gras and the wines produced from the famous Cotes de Gascogne vineyards.
The Haute-Garonne is home to the vibrant and important city of Toulouse, home of the European airspace industry. As such the city has a growing population (over 1m in the greater area) and a business district that drives the regional economy. It also boasts one of the most prestigious and popular universities in France. Outside its capital the Haute-Garonne also boasts four ski resorts and some beautiful countryside.
The Hautes-Pyrenees is composed of several distinct geographical areas. The southern part borders Spain and is mountainous while the northern territory is flatland and agricultural. The capital of the department is Tarbes which is second only to Toulouse in size within the region. The Pic du Midi mountain is home to a world famous observatory which dates back to 1908. The area boasts some famous ski resorts as well as the mythical Col du Tourmalet which is a near permanent fixture on the Tour de France route.
This department is named after the beautiful river Lot and boasts a large number of pretty and historic villages. The capital of the department is Cahors, a town that was prominent in the middle ages and is famous for it’s medieval centre and beautiful 14th century bridge that spans the river and dates back to the 1300’s. Other, larger, towns worth visiting in the Lot are Figeac and Prayssac.
The department of the tarn was formed in 1790 of the three dioceses of Albi, Castres and Lavaur, indeed Albi remains the capital of the department. The Tarn boasts three mountain ranges including the famous “black mountains” and it hosts some beautiful towns and villages. The centre of the capital city of Albi is a UNESCO heritage site and the towns of Castres, Gaillac and Cordes are all well worth visiting.
Tarn et Garonne
The rivers Tarn and Garonne give this department its distinctive name. The Tarn is 381 km long and the Garonne flows for 602km’s. The capital of the department is Montauban which lies 50km’s north of Toulouse and sits on the right bank of the river Tarn. Montauban is the second oldest “Bastide” town in southern France with foundations dating back to 1144.
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