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Ile-de-France: three green gems in Greater Paris

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Ile-de-France: three green gems in Greater Paris

Since the quarantine, Saint-Cloud, Sèvres and Saint-Germain-en-Laye have been extremely coveted by Parisians looking for a better quality of life. These three cities offer more space, greenery and lower prices than those charged in the capital for houses and large apartments.

Saint-Cloud enjoys a good reputation and regularly attracts new residents. But properties for sale are rare and since the health crisis, the stone has been valued. But this increase only concerns properties with exteriors. “Classic” goods go for the same price as before. The select district of Montretout is the most expensive in the city. You have to spend at least 900,000 euros for a house, some reaching 2 million euros or more.

Sèvres benefits from a good public transport network: presence of two stations linking Saint-Lazare and Montparnasse, tramway and within a few years terminus of line 15 of the Grand Paris. In the upscale district of Brancas which borders Saint-Cloud Park "No house goes for less than 1.5 million euros, the price can go up to 3 million for the biggest ones" affirms Thomas Veber, broker at Paris Ouest Sotheby's International Realty.

Finally, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, which was for a long time the regular residence of the kings of France, seduces for its art of living, its old stones and its proximity to Paris. The city benefits from a center of character, international schools, a good network of transport and infrastructure, and a proximity to a 3400-hectare forest. But demand is disproportionate to supply and overall, nothing can be bought for less than €7,500/sq. m, with 19th century buildings starting at €8,000.

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