Author: Home Hunts

Three Magnificent Apartments for Sale in Monaco

Looking to buy a property in Monaco? Here are some investment opportunities on sale with Home Hunts Monaco’s “acute shortage of homes” was the hot topic of a recent article in The Times, which Home Hunts contributed to. With the world’s most expensive property market, the average price in this city-state sells for around €4.5 million, an average price per square metre of €41,300. The article cites a Savills report which revealed a 6% increase on property prices since 2016. Despite the high prices over Monaco’s 2.02 sq km buyers still want more. There are several new build projects...

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Four luxurious properties for sale in Valbonne

Valbonne is hot property right now – which one of these luxury properties would you choose? The locals in Valbonne will tell you that this special town is unlike anywhere else on the Riviera. So much so that it is now one of the most coveted locations on the Côte d’Azur. If you are looking to create a fulfilling Provençal lifestyle then explore Valbonne, because its bustling centre, high-quality properties and convenient location make it an excellent option for holiday home investors and families looking to relocate. At just 20 minutes from Cannes and half-an-hour to the closet ski...

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Buy a property in France where the Grasse isn’t greener on the other side

Known as the perfume capital of the world, Grasse has grown in desirability over the last couple of years. Now another new financing project will make additional improvements to the town, further increasing the value of property in the area. The ongoing regeneration project in Grasse is called Espace Martelly. It is expected to last until 2021 and so far it has renewed and modernised many sections of the town centre. Its success so far is evident, with Grasse celebrating the reopening of its casino in the town centre and relaunching its theatre, which has undergone a total facelift. By...

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The Brits are back buying French chateaux for renovation

Ruins and renovation projects are back on the agenda for British buyers in France and a grant could help to fund the work. A recent article in The Times highlighted some of the renovation projects that British investors have taken on over the last few years. One, an 18thcentury manor in the Dordogne, had no electricity or septic tank and moss-ridden floors when the buyers first bought it. Now, it is a beautifully restored château, with six bedrooms, a swimming pool and a rental tag of up to €5,700 a week. Following the global recession, British buyers steered clear of...

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Seven stunning castles for sale in France

Historic architecture, infinity pools and helipads – take a deep breath and dive in to some of the most exclusive châteaux on the property market in France If you are hoping to buy a château in France you may have noticed the colourful spread in the Financial Times recently: “Seven Beautiful Castles for Sale in France”. It featured an 11thcentury château in Perpignan along with six others that show the dream of buying a castle in France is still going strong. At Home Hunts we’ve compiled another list highlighting seven more stunning château in France – across a range of...

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