Our estate agencies in Carcassonne and Limoux have a wide range of properties for sale in the Aude. Our Limoux agency opened in 2021 providing our established local team with a permanent base to welcome clients. Our Carcassonne agency opened in the city centre in 2023 to give our clients access to even more properties across this very diverse region.

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.

15993 Carcassonne / Limoux
Address

Carcassonne
3 Rue Courtejaire
11000 Carcassonne
Aude

Limoux
1 Rue Maurice Lacroux
11300 Limoux
Aude

Opening Hours

Monday and Tuesday 9am - 1pm, 2pm - 6pm

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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Quillan, Aude
7
8
300 m²
631 m²
BVI72174
€490,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
5
4
260 m²
3,549 m²
BVI72913
€665,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
3
4
560 m²
421 m²
BVI70301
€430,000
New
Carcassonne, Aude
1
1
68 m²
604 m²
BVI75093
€175,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
5
1
260 m²
296 m²
BVI74339
€332,999
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Carcassonne, Aude
6
6
360 m²
1,067 m²
BVI66002
€675,000
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Limoux, Aude
3
2
206 m²
1,941 m²
BVI74566
€295,000
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Olonzac, Hérault
4
2
120 m²
165 m²
BVI74412
€208,000
Azille, Aude
3
3
90 m²
328 m²
BVI75119
€142,790
Limoux, Aude
3
2
116 m²
1,340 m²
BVI75085
€275,000
Limoux, Aude
3
2
147 m²
677 m²
BVI75086
€299,600
Carcassonne, Aude
8
14
1145 m²
53,570 m²
BVI69571
€3,980,000
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Limoux, Aude
3
2
177 m²
215 m²
BVI68243
€165,000
Limoux, Aude
4
3
118 m²
78 m²
BVI74586
€128,600
Couiza, Aude
3
2
101 m²
543 m²
BVI74358
€145,000
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Couiza, Aude
2
1
86 m²
248 m²
BVI74229
€155,000
Bram, Aude
10
9
553 m²
9,600 m²
BVI73681
€950,000
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Castelnaudary, Aude
11
5
325 m²
171,600 m²
BVI73952
€760,000
Fabrezan, Aude
6
2
160 m²
141 m²
BVI74114
€181,990
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Caunes-Minervois, Aude
6
2
540 m²
2,244 m²
BVI60485
€299,000
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Limoux, Aude
3
1
164 m²
2,480 m²
BVI73998
€360,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
4
2
186 m²
930 m²
BVI71065
€460,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
3
4
279 m²
94 m²
BVI73843
€320,000
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Limoux, Aude
4
2
130 m²
1,288 m²
BVI68687
€364,000
Puivert, Aude
5
5
400 m²
6,925 m²
BVI68394
€744,000
Mirepoix, Ariège
10
8
540 m²
115,139 m²
BVI68452
€1,250,000
Sérignan, Hérault
1
1
43 m²
BVI74069
€184,900
Saint-Aunès, Hérault
1
2
49 m²
BVI74073
€244,900
Sauvian, Hérault
BVI74061
€185,900
Malviès, Aude
3
2
138 m²
2,220 m²
BVI73683
€269,000
Couiza, Aude
6
7
260 m²
980 m²
BVI68396
€245,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
4
2
193 m²
617 m²
BVI72779
€379,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
9
8
809 m²
896,850 m²
BVI73403
€1,990,000
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Mirepoix, Ariège
1
1
38 m²
54,045 m²
BVI73154
€99,000
Quillan, Aude
3
2
140 m²
713 m²
BVI73479
€308,500
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La Livinière, Hérault
4
2
120 m²
62 m²
BVI73601
€200,000
Quillan, Aude
5
2
90 m²
626 m²
BVI72743
€132,000
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Douzens, Aude
14
9
530 m²
21,429 m²
BVI72091
€1,175,000
Limoux, Aude
3
1
91 m²
1,150 m²
BVI73331
€135,000
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Couiza, Aude
4
2
153 m²
322 m²
BVI67352
€136,000
Carcassonne, Aude
3
1
119 m²
60 m²
BVI73318
€236,000
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Carcassonne, Aude
8
5
413 m²
6,645 m²
BVI72656
€895,000
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Castelnaudary, Aude
11
9
880 m²
36,800 m²
BVI65315
€1,768,000

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What is there to see and do in Limoux?

Limoux is a historical town home to buildings dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries. On the main square, you can observe a large fountain, along with mediaeval and renaissance period buildings. 

The two bridges in Limoux - Pont Neuf (which is ironically the oldest bridge of the two) and Pont Vieux, offer beautiful views of the town. The Pont Neuf has particularly exceptional views of the impressive church Saint-Martin, which is also a must see. 

Limoux has a large range of cultural activities on offer with its five museums and library. You can visit the Musée du Piano, which is the only museum dedicated to pianos in France. 

What events take place in Limoux?

A weekly market where you can buy fresh produce is organised every Friday, and two smaller markets are organised on Thursday and Sunday mornings. During the summer months of July and August, an evening market takes place every Tuesday night and it is a perfect way to spend a warm summer’s evening. 

On the first Sunday of each month, a brocante is organised in the town and is perfect for antique lovers! 

Limoux has a wide range of cultural events on offer, including concerts, plays, festivals and tastings. Limoux Brass Festival is an annual event that lasts five days and is dedicated to brass instruments. Fans of the famous local sparkling wine, Blanquette de Limoux, will find that  various tastings are organised throughout the year. 

A highlight in this town though is its carnaval. The Carnaval de Limoux lasts for three months and is the longest in the world! It takes place every Saturday and Sunday between January and March. 

What is there to see and do in Aude?

The department of the Aude offers a magical and varied scenery. In the east is a series of coastal lakes. These brackish waters are home to exotic birdlife including white stilts and pink flamingos.

Further inland the dry scrublands host many species of wild orchid, pyrénéen lilies and numerous wild mushrooms.

To the north and west, the black hills are covered with oak and beech forests. Hot dry summers favour vines and olive trees.

The Aude is Cathar country with the magnificent fortified city of Carcassonne (25 km) at its heart. The city is well worth a visit and is a Unesco World Heritage Site.

There is no shortage of châteaux to visit in Aude, and the Cinq fils de Carcassonne - five very famous Châteaux, all offering spectacular views, can be visited. 

Near to Limoux, the pretty villages of Rennes-Le-Château (20 km) and Quillan (28 km), with their rich history and heritage are well worth a visit, as is Lagrasse (50 km) which is recognised as a Plus Beaux Villages de France (Most Beautiful Villages in France). And for nature lovers, magnificent scenery can be found in the Gorges de l’Aude (60 km). 

What amenities are near Limoux?

Limoux is a town with several amenities on offer, including a train station. Despite its rural location, the town is only a short distance from international transport links and excellent city centre shopping facilities.

  • Limoux train station
  • Toulouse airport (109 km)
  • Perpignan airport (93 km) 
  • Nearby towns: Carcassonne
  • Nearest cities: Toulouse, Perpignan

 

Get an expert insider’s view of the Verteillac agency of Beaux Villages Immobilier. Our experienced independent property consultant, Daniela Harris, 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 Limoux? 

In the centre of Limoux, there are typical old mediaeval townhouses; on the outskirts there are villas in lotissements, which are new housing developments. In the hills above Limoux, there are large Mediterranean style houses which are often more expensive. The properties in Limoux often have red roofs and can have a catalan feel about them. Limoux is a bastide town so it is built in a grid formation.

To the south of Limoux, in the Corbières hills, you’ll predominantly find stone houses which are quite isolated. And to the north of Limoux, we move more into farmland country. 

What is the average cost of properties in Limoux? 

The cost of properties in Limoux varies greatly as each area of the region is so different, if buying a property in the region you will need to have a local agent who can give you some sort of sense about it as you can’t really make comparisons! There really is something for everyone and every budget.

Generally though, the properties found in the town and the lotissements tend to be quite affordable. 

Give us a best-kept secret about Limoux

There is always something going on in Limoux! It has one of the oldest running carnivals in the world which lasts for a few months and then once that finishes, something else is on. 

What are the local market trends in Limoux? Are there many properties on the market? Is the local area increasingly popular? 

Yes it is increasingly popular, the Aude in general has always been a best kept secret for foreign buyers - but the French have always loved this region. There are lots of places for wild swimming and water sports that aren’t on the mediterranean coast and therefore aren’t full with tourists. It can be much nicer than the heat bowl that is Provence. 

 

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