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of Monopoly, Paris would be

the equivalent of Mayfair or

Park Lane. This is the reason

the phrase 'prime property' was

invented! Prices in Paris are the

lowest they have been for many

years, which has led to an increase

in overseas investment.

The London market is overheated, so investors

from Europe,

the Middle East and Asia have

begun to snap up property

here.

LEGGETT MAGAZINE NORTHERN & WESTERN FRANCE

RIGHT

Streets of stunning

architecture

"Your agent, Lisa Greene, is a

true credit to your company.

She's everything you would

wish for in an agent: professional, knowledgeable

and

experienced in all areas of

the property market. Most of

all, she's a very likeable and

decent lady"

dramatic coastline and rolling

hills reminiscent of the South

Downs. Compare the property

prices and you'll see why it's a

hit with buyers from the UK and

Belgium alike.

PICARDY

This is a region of historic importance

to France, which is reflected in the quality of

the medieval

cathedrals, churches and

châteaux. It is superbly located,

with a short stretch of coastline.

It also leads to the doorstep of

Paris itself. If you get a chance,

stop off at Chantilly to visit the

château, racecourse or even the

superb Parc Asterix - which was

providing fun and adventure for

families long before Eurodisney

came to France.

PARIS

Paris is the beating heart of

France. 17 million tourists a

year flock here to scale the

Eiffel tower, promenade along

the Champs-Élysées, marvel

at the Mona Lisa or simply sit

and watch the world go by in a

pavement café. It boasts 3,800

historical monuments and four

UNESCO world heritage sites.

Property here isn't cheap, but

it's a city that is impossible to

replicate. On a world version

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"Houses packed with character are still very affordable in Moncontour-de-Bretagne,

a small town enjoying a renaissance. Already an

established 'Little City of Character', it has also been granted the

status of 'one of the most beautiful villages in France'. This has led to a

gentle rise in tourism, and prices are starting to rise. It is heralded for

its architecture: from imposing 13/14th century ramparts through to

Bourgeois houses built for prosperous linen merchants in the 1800s" ONE TO WATCH

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