Nice article from the Times talking all about the Languedoc property market.

The features includes some lovely properties in Langeudoc Roussillon and also some comments from Phil Rees from the HH team.

if you have a Times subscription, you can read the full article here, or here is a little snippet and you can click on the image below… If you would like to search through hundreds of Languedoc properties click here

The Languedoc, a beautifully unspoilt tranche of the southern French coast, is frequently overshadowed by its ritzy neighbour, the Côte d’Azur. However, those who have been outpriced, or seek a little less razzmatazz, should venture west from Montpellier to discover a world of ancient wine estates, lagoons with flocks of pink flamingos and long sandy beaches

What the Lonely Planet Guide calls the “Cinderella of the south” is beginning to attract property-hunters driven by the area’s unsullied national park scenery, its accessibility (it’s within 2.5 hours of eight main airports) and its historic villages, which remain sensibly priced.

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