Living France - - LES PRATIQUES -

If a large liv­ing space is at the top of your house-hunt­ing check­list, then you should con­cen­trate your search in the north and north­east of France, ac­cord­ing to a new sur­vey from Les Prix Im­mo­biliers.

The sur­vey re­veals the av­er­age liv­ing space in the dif­fer­ent re­gions in France. The re­gion with the largest av­er­age liv­ing space is Bour­gogne-Franche-Comté where a new prop­erty has an av­er­age space of 90.1m² and an older prop­erty has an av­er­age of 92.3m².

Nord-Pas-de-Calais (now part of Hauts-de-France) and Al­sace (now part of Grand-Est) were also high on the list with an av­er­age liv­ing space of 77.2m² and 76.9m² re­spec­tively.

If you don’t want to be tight for space, it’s best to avoid Paris and the south. Île-de-France had the low­est av­er­age of 64.4m² for new prop­er­ties, while Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur was close be­hind with an av­er­age liv­ing space of 65.3m². lesprix­im­mo­

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