Right in the middle of Lot-et-Garonne, I am based in Castelmoron-sur-Lot. The heart of Lot-et-Garonne is in its villages and small towns, which retain that timeless aura of well-being that we associate with the southwest of France particularly. The character of the region is that of rolling farmland with plenty of sunshine and rainfall, distinct from the drier Mediterranean regions further south. Well-known for their stone and half-timber & brick traditional constructions, as well as its high and vented sechoir hangars where in years past tobacco was cured, the farms and villages are made up of traditional buildings often in excellent condition. Farmhouses, mills and former railway-crossing buildings have all been transformed into original homes as well. The geography of Lot-et-Garonne is dominated by the two river valley flood plains, cutting east to west through the department, with hillier country both northward toward Dorgogne and southward toward the Pyrenees mountain range. The motorway puts Toulouse and Bordeaux at just 1h30 each. The summers are warm and tend to linger on even as autumn leaves take on new hues. Winters are mild and it very seldom snows. Lot-et-Garonne offers an easy-going lifestyle, a beautiful countryside, friendly people, a strong culinary tradition, and all the amenities you could want with several mid-sized towns and three cities. Medieval castles, command posts of the Templar knights, schools and colleges, water parks, river parks, golf courses, shopping districts make Lot-et-Garonne a fun and vibrant department as well.
I’ve been spending summers in Lot-et-Garonne for several years with my wife and daughter. We finally moved here just a couple of years ago. It’s a peaceful area of France to live in, with several large towns or small cities along with its rural villages. Nearby Bordeaux has a fast 2-hour TGV connection to Paris and affordable flights to numerous destinations. At Leggett Immobilier, I enjoy working with the vendors, clients and my colleagues. Prior to settling in Castelmoron-sur-Lot, we’ve lived in Fort-de-France in Martinique, in Lyon, Montpellier, and Ville d’Avray near Paris. I enjoy conversing in French and English. I’m originally from the southern USA. In addition to experience in real-estate, I’ve worked in export sales to Asia, in insurance, and in producing training videos. I look forward to assisting you in acquiring your ideal property, in lovely Lot-et-Garonne.View Aquitaine Information Homepage
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