Buying a Property in the Uzes Area of Languedoc

Uzes is one of the best known towns of the Languedoc. Locals say that we are in Provence. The Tourist Office wants to claim for the us the distinction of Languedoc-Roussillon. Anyway, the town is conveniently situated about 30km from both Avignon and Nimes (TGV) and the aiports of Nimes, Montpellier and Marseille.

  • Officially, we enjoy 306 days of sunshine per year.

People also appreciate the quality of the social and cultural aspects of the area. This is not the shoebox villa-land of the coastal resorts - though we are only 70 minutes from the Mediterranean. The area was much favoured by the Romans (the famous Pont du Gard is just 12km distant). Later, Middle Age merchants chose Uzes as a good spot, and the town is still organised around the central 16thC core. Today the town is a thriving market town with fresh produce a particular feature.

We are one of the biggest Estate Agents in the town and our clients benefit from an English property expert to explain the complex process of acquiring a home in the area. People choose Uzes for both second and principal homes. Buying to let is also a feature, though short-term lets are favoured, simply to make the property pay for itself.

You can find all of our current listings by opening one of the following links:

If you use the second link, make sure that you open the "UZES" pages.

Hope you enjoy your visit!
John Colclough.

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