May 22, 2022

the ranking of the most expensive streets in the 10 largest cities in France

MeilleursAgents has estimated the price of the most expensive streets in France. If the most expensive arteries are unsurprisingly in Paris, the other major cities also show relatively high prices.

Do you have any idea which is the most expensive street in your city? MeilleursAgents has just published this Thursday a ranking of the most expensive arteries in France. The estimation site has therefore scrutinized the 5 streets, avenues or squares where the price per m2 is the highest in each of the 10 largest cities in France (Paris, Nice, Lyon, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Marseille, Nantes , Strasbourg, Lille and Montpellier). That is a total of 50 locations.

With 23,000 euros per square meter, rue Guynemer has the highest price per square meter. This street which borders the Luxembourg Gardens far exceeds the Parisian average of 10,700 euros per square meter according to notaries.

The most expensive streets in the capital also exceed 20,000 euros per square meter, which is double the average for highly sought-after addresses. Place Saint-Sulpice thus rises to second position, followed by Avenue Montaigne on the edge of the golden triangle, rue Palatine (in the 6th arrondissement) and finally rue de Furstemberg in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

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And overall, we can see in this ranking that the gap between the streets, squares and avenues of Paris is particularly large compared to other cities. It is then in Nice, with an avenue at more than 9,000 euros per square meter, avenue Jean Lorrain on the seafront, that we find the highest prices outside the capital. Prices much higher than the average of 4,700 euros for an apartment and 5,500 for a house in this southern city.

Top 10 most expensive streets in France

MeilleursAgents also offers a ranking of the most expensive streets in France for each of the 10 cities studied, with Cours Franklin-Roosevelt in the 6th arrondissement of Lyon in third position (with 7,558 euros/m²), followed by Rue Mably in Bordeaux (7,005 euros/m²), rue Saint-Anne in Toulouse (6,296 euros/m²), avenue Camus in Nantes with (6,052 euros/m²) or Place du Concert in Lille (5,498 euros/m²). The difference is considerable between the most expensive street in Paris and the most expensive street in Montpellier: 23,000 euros per square meter against 5,231 euros.

From Paris to Montpellier, prices vary greatly in the most expensive streets in France.
From Paris to Montpellier, prices vary greatly in the most expensive streets in France. © BestAgents

Of course, it should be pointed out that the street number can also have an impact on the price. Because the latter is not the same from one end of the avenue or boulevard to the other. Finally, it will also depend on the services of the accommodation, its floor, the presence of an exterior or even its condition. Nevertheless, the ranking of Best Agents gives a good idea of ​​the most popular streets in large cities.