Thanks to Burgundy’s excellent transport links with the rest of France and the UK and its well-developed tourist industry, the property market is booming. This is especially true for the two major wine routes in the Cote d’Or and Yonne departments. Having a property in Burgundy is extremely convenient for Paris, and offers access to one of the most famous wine areas in France.
Burgundy consists of four departments:
• Cote-d’Or: Beane, Montbard, Saulieu, Dijon
• Nievre: Nevers, La Charite sur Loire, Clamecy, Cosne Cours sur Loire
• Saone-et-Loire: Chalon sur Saone, Macon, Autun
• Yonne: Auxerre, Sens, Avallon
On average, Nievre is the cheapest department – prices here average around €82,000. This compares to an average of €166,400 in Cote-d’Or, Burgundy’s priciest department.
Average Property Prices in Burgundy
The following property information was collected from the French notaires index (French land registry) between the 01/02/16 and 31/01/17. It comprises houses sold in towns, villages and rural areas. Properties in rural areas are usually less expensive than those in towns and villages.
Average old house price in Burgundy:
Average old house prices in Burgundy (by number of bedrooms):
Two bedrooms: €71,000
Three bedrooms: €105,000
Four bedrooms: €137,500
Five bedrooms: €156,600
Property Prices In Burgundy sorted by department and bedrooms
|Department||2 bedrooms||3 bedrooms||4 bedrooms||5 bedrooms||Average price overall|
|Saone et Loire||€71,800||€105,000||€131,000||€150,100||€123,800|