Property prices across the Pays de la Loire vary hugely; Vendee, with its warm and balmy climate and fabulous white, sandy beaches commands the highest prices, while the equally charming Mayenne is the region’s cheapest department. The Pays de la Loire is a cheaper and unspoilt alternative to Normandy or Brittany.
Pays de la Loire consists of five departments:
• Loire-Atlantique: Nantes, Chateaubriant, St.-Nazaire, La Baule, Le Croisic,
• Maine-et-Loire: Angers, Saumur, Cholet, Segre
• Mayenne: Mayenne, Laval, Evron, Les Jublains
• Sarthe: Le Mans, La Fleche, Mamers, Asnieres-sur-Vegre, Sable-sur-Sarthe
• Vendee: Pornic, St. Jean-de-Months, St. Gilles-Croix-de-Vie
On average, Mayenne is the cheapest department – prices here average around €120, 000. This compares to an average of €210,000 in Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire’s most expensive department.
Average Property Prices in Pays de la Loire
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 Pays de la Loire:
Average old house prices in Pays de la Loire (by number of bedrooms):
Two bedrooms: €105,000
Three bedrooms: €135,000
Four bedrooms: €165,000
Five bedrooms: €190,000
Property Prices in Pays de la Loire sorted by department and bedrooms
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