Immorama Entre Deux Mers, part of the Immorama Aquitaine group of independent agents, is centred on the beautiful area between the Dordogne and Garonne rivers. We cover an area of South West France which includes the Gironde, Lot et Garonne and Dordogne departments and specialize in selling character properties to international buyers. Our portfolio includes country houses, town and village houses, equestrian properties, small vineyards, farms and smallholdings, manor houses and chateaux.
Our website is designed to present the properties we have for sale in as straight-forward a manner as possible, in both French and English. For more information on any of them please contact either of Immorama Entre Deux Mers' partners and we would be happy to describe them in greater detail and perhaps suggest other properties which could also be appropriate for you.
While visiting our site have a look at the page headed 'Coup de Coeur' - a French expression which loosely translates as something or some-one you have fallen for. Here we have put together a selection of houses which, for different reasons, are current favourites. Finally, the page entitled 'Our Region' will tell you a little more about Entre Deux Mers and the surrounding area - giving you some indication of why we both feel that this is such a wonderful area in which to live.
The two partners in Immorama Entre Deux Mers are Sue Adams and Gaby Van Edom. Sue speaks English and French and Gaby speaks Dutch, French, English and German. We have, between us, over 16 years’ experience of selling houses in this part of France and have personally selected all of the houses in our portfolio, so we know them well and will take care to show you only houses which match your requirements.
We will work with you through every stage of your property purchase – from helping you to discover the area to being with you when you collect the keys to your new French house.
Whether a buyer or a seller, please get in touch with either of us. We would be delighted to help you realize your dream.
Gaby Van Edom and Sue Adams