Village houses South of Landes
The Landes seduce with their fine sandy beaches, fragrant pine forests and a singing Gascon accent.
To live in peace and quiet, choosing a village house seems to be a good compromise between the pleasures of the sea and the calm of the hinterland. You can opt for a residence of character with a beautiful wooded park and natural swimming pool or give in to the charm of a 13th century mansion with outbuildings on 23 hectares, ideal for horse lovers. Or prefer a family house of 250m2 with a terrace and a garden in the heart of the Landes forest.
Village houses for sale in the 40
The Landes has a number of village houses. 20 minutes from the coast, a bright Florentine style villa is available, very close to shops. With 7 bedrooms and an indoor swimming pool, its architecture elegantly blends old stones and modern art. Its wooded park includes two ponds and a tennis court. Near Dax, an 18th century property offers 8 bedrooms with swimming pool, outbuildings and landscaped garden on 10 hectares. On the banks of the Adour, a vast Landes house with stables, pontoon for water sports, swimming pool and pool-house will offer you absolute peace and quiet less than 10 minutes from Bayonne.
Living in the Landes villages
To live in peace and quiet without going too far from the ocean, activity zones and cultural sites, there is nothing like settling in a Landes village. Connoisseurs know that even the smallest of them are dedicated to providing the inhabitants with the equipment necessary for a pleasant life. Many have seen their populations increase in recent years. The proximity of shops and public services attracts attention. But farmers' markets, new leisure areas and heritage promotion are just as popular. Saubrigues with its 1400 inhabitants also has a certified performance hall, tennis courts, a media library and about twenty charging stations for electric vehicles! Not to mention that the village is part of a renowned ornithological reserve. Saint André de Seignanx, in the natural reserve of the Orx marsh, cultivates at a very high level the art of Basque pelota and its fortified church from the 13th century attracts. In Biaudos, a dynamic village of 1000 inhabitants 10 km from the beaches, the Gothic church, the Renaissance castle and the Ottoman architecture of the Tuilerie seduce. As for Saint-Laurent-de-Gosse, its village festivals, the Urt bridge designed by Gustave Eiffel and its castle overlooking the Adour are very popular.