Auvergne is frequently overlooked by British buyers in favour of regions further south. It is, however, well worth investing here as prices are low and properties in Auvergne have lots of charm. It is also easy to find good renovation projects in this part of France.
Auvergne is located in central France, and consists of four departments:
• Allier: Montlucon, Vichy, Moulins
• Cantal: Aurillac, Saint-Flour, Mauriac
• Haute-Loire: Le Puy-en-Velay, Brioude, La Chaise-Dieu
• Puy-de-Dome: Clermont-Ferrand, Thiers, Riom, Issoire
On average, Allier is the cheapest department, and is enjoying growing popularity with British buyers thanks to its growing tourism trade. Puy-de-Dome is the most expensive, with property prices averaging €152,000. This is largely due to the expansion and redevelopment of Clermont-Ferrand.
Average Property Prices in Auvergne
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 Auvergne:
Average old house prices in Auvergne (by number of bedrooms):
Two bedrooms: €71,000
Three bedrooms: €110,000
Four bedrooms: €135,000
Five bedrooms: €148,500
Property Prices In Auvergne sorted by department and bedrooms
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