Our estate agency at Cordes-sur-Ciel has a wide range of properties for sale in the village and the surrounding areas of the Tarn. Our agency opened in 2017 in Les Cabannes, which is at the foot of Cordes-sur-Ciel and within walking distance of the historic village centre on the hill.

If you are looking to buy a property in the area, the team are ready to help. They can also provide a market appraisal for your property if you are considering selling. Simply give them a call, email, or drop into the agency.

Beaux Villages Immobilier sells properties across the whole of South West France. Click here to see all our agency locations.

15996 Les Cabannes
Address

25 Promenade d'Autan
81170 Les Cabannes
Tarn

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Thursday 9am - 1pm, 2pm - 5pm

Phone

+33 (0)5 56 71 36 59
+33 (0)8 05 69 23 23 Free from France
+44 (0)800 270 0101 Free from the UK

Email

info@beauxvillages.com

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La Salvetat-Peyralès, Aveyron
4
4
326 m²
3,877 m²
BVI76155
€535,000
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Le Masnau-Massuguiès, Tarn
4
3
316 m²
84,677 m²
BVI75639
€715,995
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Gaillac, Tarn
4
2
247 m²
5,895 m²
BVI75963
€477,500
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Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, Tarn-et-Garonne
19
10
572 m²
87,241 m²
BVI75982
€930,000
Lombers, Tarn
7
4
347 m²
90,815 m²
BVI74764
€766,000
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La Salvetat-Peyralès, Aveyron
4
2
144 m²
25,892 m²
BVI70741
€202,500
Lanuéjouls, Aveyron
1
1
107 m²
4,981 m²
BVI75875
€252,000
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Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, Tarn-et-Garonne
9
7
460 m²
473 m²
BVI60146
€860,000
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Cestayrols, Tarn
3
3
255 m²
642 m²
BVI72561
€435,000
Le Ségur, Tarn
7
7
509 m²
17,600 m²
BVI72919
€749,000
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Najac, Aveyron
1
1
84 m²
425 m²
BVI75367
€150,000
Cahuzac-sur-Vère, Tarn
10
3
445 m²
69,447 m²
BVI75528
€812,766
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Rieupeyroux, Aveyron
4
3
260 m²
102,372 m²
BVI75356
€436,170
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Cordes-sur-Ciel, Tarn
1
3
64 m²
79 m²
BVI59051
€150,000
Cordes-sur-Ciel, Tarn
4
2
170 m²
329 m²
BVI75645
€318,000
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Ginals, Tarn-et-Garonne
6
5
237 m²
73,000 m²
BVI67692
€559,000
Villefranche-de-Rouergue, Aveyron
5
8
282 m²
6,930 m²
BVI75124
€424,000
Réalmont, Tarn
6
2
300 m²
12,000 m²
BVI75253
€349,800
Montirat, Tarn
6
5
308 m²
5,979 m²
BVI75475
€435,000
Cordes-sur-Ciel, Tarn
9
2
266 m²
531,340 m²
BVI71493
€1,132,000
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Castelnaudary, Aude
6
1
398 m²
14,263 m²
BVI74901
€371,000
Parisot, Tarn-et-Garonne
6
5
271 m²
9,286 m²
BVI74886
€449,000
Lisle-sur-Tarn, Tarn
6
3
300 m²
88,053 m²
BVI75457
€765,960
Pont-de-Larn, Tarn
8
3
320 m²
43,305 m²
BVI67507
€670,213
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Puycelsi, Tarn
5
4
325 m²
224,950 m²
BVI69920
€740,000
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Cordes-sur-Ciel, Tarn
4
3
301 m²
62,697 m²
BVI74572
€850,000
Frausseilles, Tarn
7
4
318 m²
42,239 m²
BVI75422
€680,000
Cagnac-les-Mines, Tarn
3
2
155 m²
593 m²
BVI73516
€371,000
Rieupeyroux, Aveyron
4
3
137 m²
1,300 m²
BVI75277
€168,000
Rabastens, Tarn
2
130 m²
161 m²
BVI72316
€319,150
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Cordes-sur-Ciel, Tarn
8
6
413 m²
4,359 m²
BVI71274
€499,000
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Rieupeyroux, Aveyron
6
3
199 m²
1,597 m²
BVI74990
€405,000
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Cahuzac-sur-Vère, Tarn
8
6
496 m²
10,271 m²
BVI70679
€875,000
Capdenac-Gare, Aveyron
4
2
245 m²
63,335 m²
BVI74613
€349,000
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Monestiés, Tarn
3
2
140 m²
34,162 m²
BVI74544
€399,000
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Le Bas Ségala, Aveyron
3
2
171 m²
2,536 m²
BVI74634
€272,500
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Pampelonne, Tarn
4
2
162 m²
3,980 m²
BVI65518
€250,000
Mèze, Hérault
2
1
66 m²
54 m²
BVI74721
€229,000
Sanvensa, Aveyron
4
1
120 m²
23,120 m²
BVI73067
€139,000
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Réalmont, Tarn
3
2
435 m²
235 m²
BVI61771
€245,000
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Morlhon-le-Haut, Aveyron
4
4
283 m²
6,535 m²
BVI73992
€395,000
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Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val, Tarn-et-Garonne
5
4
374 m²
1,695 m²
BVI73293
€731,000
Cordes-sur-Ciel, Tarn
3
2
160 m²
845 m²
BVI73114
€208,000

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What is there to see and do in Cordes-sur-Ciel?

Cordes-sur-Ciel is a mediaeval village and home to impressive gothic architecture. The village is a very well preserved bastide and it is ranked among the Plus Beaux Villages de France (the Most Beautiful Villages in France). It is best to explore the village on foot, the narrow streets are lined with beautiful buildings to admire. On the main square, there is a covered market hall dating from the 14th century. Some of the most impressive buildings in Cordes-sur-Ciel are the Maison du Grand Fauconnier which is opposite the covered market hall, the Maison Prunet and the Maison Carrié-Boyer. The village has several rows of fortifications and gates such as the Porte des Orneaux, the Portail Peint and the Porte de l’Horloge. Cordes-sur-Ciel has an excellent offering of cultural activities and is home to the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum, the Charles Portal Museum where you can learn all about the history of the village and the Musée Les Arts du Sucre et du Chocolat which is an exhibition dedicated to sugar and chocolate. 

What events take place in Cordes-sur-Ciel?

A weekly market takes place every Saturday morning on Place de la Bouteillerie. An annual mediaeval festival, the Fêtes du Grand Fauconnier, is held during July; costume parades, banquets, a market and other activities are organised. A music festival also takes place each July called Festival Cordes-sur-Ciel. A wide range of concerts, conferences and exhibitions are organised throughout the year in Cordes-sur-Ciel, creating a varied cultural agenda. 

What is there to see and do in Tarn and the surrounding areas of Cordes-sur-Ciel?

Within the dramatic department of the Tarn, one feels a sense of the south west meeting south east. Architectural styles meet, and the climate from west to east, and north to south, are often quite different, with the Lacaune mountains in the east and contrasting plateaux in the west. Roads are often winding and the pace of life is necessarily slower. Limestone and sandstone foothills, with granite peaks; this is serious rugby country; frontier-land.

The capital Albi (25 km), birthplace and museum to Toulouse Lautrec (he produced 7000 works in a 20 year career, and died aged 36) boasts a magnificent brick cathedral on the river, as well as modern shopping facilities. Gaillac (25 km) and Castres (71 km) are larger towns, Castelnau-de-Montmiral (22 km) and Najac (26 km), both classed among the Plus Beaux Villages de France, are absolutely unmissable go-to visits.

What amenities are near Cordes-sur-Ciel?

Cordes-sur-Ciel is a rural village but it is well located and is within close proximity to larger cities with excellent shopping facilities and international transportation links. 

  • Cordes-Vindrac train station (5 km)
  • Toulouse airport (92 km)
  • Rodez-Marcillac airport (95 km) 
  • Carcassonne airport (136 km )
  • Nearest towns: Albi, Gaillac, Montauban
  • Nearest cities: Toulouse 

 

Get an expert insider’s view of the Cordes-sur-Ciel agency of Beaux Villages Immobilier. Our experienced property consultant, Laura Croxford, offers her personal tips to help you discover a bit more about the types of property available in the area. 

What are the typical features of properties in Cordes-sur-Ciel? 

The properties in Cordes-sur-Ciel are generally white stone properties, and the tiles used in this area are mainly tuiles canals or Roman tiles. Due to its long history, there are lots of gothic and renaissance properties in Cordes-sur-Ciel. 

What is the average cost of properties in Cordes-sur-Ciel? 

There is a wide range of properties all at different costs in this area. We have properties on market that range from 70 000€ to 850 000€.

The average cost of a property around this area would possibly be between 300 000€ and 500 000€, especially in Cordes-sur-Ciel itself.  

Give us a best-kept secret about Cordes-sur-Ciel

Cordes-sur-Ciel is famous for its tapestries and its tapestry shops, it is a very arty and creative village and there are also lots of jewellery shops here. 

What are the local market trends in Cordes-sur-Ciel? Are there many properties on the market? Is the local area increasingly popular? 

The area has always been popular, and some properties can be sold in record times which is a testament to the popularity of the region. Due to the artistic nature of the village, it is particularly popular with creative people, especially as there is gallery space here. 

We also have properties within the commuting belt of Toulouse which are ideal for those who want to live in the countryside but work in the city! And then there are all of the very popular and lovely villages nearby such as Lisle-sur-Tarn. 

 

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