Normandy is a region popular with both Brits and French holidaymakers. Tourism is an important industry here, and it is a favourite area for Parisians looking for second homes thanks to its rail connections with Paris. It also boasts great transport links with the UK via its many ferry ports, making it extremely convenient for Brits. Normandy includes two separate regions, Basse-Normandie and Haute-Normandie, with prices varying hugely across the two. As a general rule, prices drop the further west you go, meaning that Basse-Normandie tends to be cheaper.
Normandy consists of five departments – three in Basse-Normandie, and two in Haute-Normandie:
• Calvados: Caen, Deauville
• Manche: St Lo, Avranches, Cherbourg
• Orne: Domfront
• Eure: Evreux
• Seine-Maritime: Rouen
On average, Orne is the cheapest department – prices here average around €100,000. This compares to an average of €170,000 in Calvados, Normandy’s most expensive department.
Average Property Prices in Normandy
The following property information was collected from the French notaires index (French land registry) between the 01/04/16 and 31/03/17. 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:
Average old house prices in Basse-Normandie (by number of bedrooms):
Two bedrooms: €80,000
Three bedrooms: €110,500
Four bedrooms: €139,000
Five bedrooms: €160,000
Average old house prices in Haute-Normandie (by number of bedrooms):
Two bedrooms: €102,000
Three bedrooms: €132,400
Four bedrooms: €156,000
Five bedrooms: €177,500
Property Prices In Normandy sorted by department and bedrooms
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