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ARLIER THIS YEAR,

Leggett opened an office

in Paris, it is in the

heart of the tiny Ile St.

Louis, a truly prime

location. We have a choice of

four bridges that we can use to

stroll across to the "mainland"

and I urge you to come and visit

us if you get a chance. You will

be able to browse through our

current portfolio of property for

sale in the capital but, more importantly,

you will be able to get

the inside scoop on which properties are

fresh on the market

and those which will be listed in

the coming days. Yes, the market

is that fast moving!

Leggett has over 200 properties to

choose from in the city

centre and it is a diverse and

beautiful portfolio. It starts at

around €150,000 for a studio

From the "City of Light" to the vineyards of Burgundy,

Leggett has a property portfolio to fall in love with

apartment in the 10th arrondisement and

goes up to €11m for

a five bedroom house in prestigious Montmartre.

Of course,

the bulk of our properties are

between €500,000 - 2,000,000

which suits the budgets of most

domestic and international buyers.

There is strong demand from

both camps - the local market is

stimulated by a healthy economy and

cheap borrowing while

overseas buyers are attracted

by great value property (compared

to other major capitals)

and the lifestyle. The demand

is particularly strong from the

USA and China (both of which

account for just under 10% of

overseas buyers) and the UK,

Belgium and Germany. The average

budget of an international buyer,

in the centre of Paris,

is €820,000 and, according to

the portal SeLoger, prices have

risen by around 4% in the last

12 months. You should take this

last figure with a pinch of salt, as

Paris has twenty different arrondisements, each

of which has its

own particular style and property market.

The golden rule when

buying is to take the advice of a

good local agent!

Around 40m tourists come

to visit us every year. They flock

to the Eiffel Tower, Louvre and

Champs-Élysées, and love to

explore both banks of the river

Seine - this gives Paris a "buzz"

that you will not find anywhere

else in the world.

We are also extremely lucky

in that we have glorious countryside surrounding

the city

centre. From Fontainbleau and

Chantilly in the immediate surroundings

to Burgundy and the

world famous vineyards. Did

you know that there are 3,200

independently owned vineyards

in this region? You will also find

some of the most beautiful rolling countryside

in all of France.

My colleagues in Burgundy have

some gorgeous properties for

sale and I am envious of the

glorious country houses, with

established gardens, that can

be bought at such reasonable

value.

DISCOVER

FASHION WEEK, PARIS

21TH-25TH JANUARY

RÉCITAL DE DIANA DAMRAU

ET JONAS KAUFMANN,

PARIS

14TH FEBRUARY

FITBIT SEMI-MARATHON DE

PARIS, PARIS

4TH AND 15TH MARCH

What's on

LEGGETT MAGAZINE ILE DE FRANCE & BOURGOGNE FRANCHE COMTÉ

Zoe Davis is a

Leggett agent in

our central Paris

team.

THE HEART OF FRANCE

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