Property for Sale in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
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Located in the most northern tip of France this is a heavily industrialised region which used to rely upon its coal mines, steel and other heavy industry which went into decline much like industry here is doing now. However it is very accessible from northern Europe, the rest of France and the UK with its cross-channel ferries, channel tunnel and TGV links. There are three main ports- Dunkerque, Calais and Boulogne, of which the latter is the most attractive. In Boulogne there are plenty of good fish restaurants and if you venture into the elevated ville haute you are enclosed within its attractive medieval quarter. There are also some wild and impressive, sandy beaches along the coast south of Boulogne dotted with seaside resorts.
Further inland south-east of Boulogne, through sweeping countryside of woodland and river valleys you reach Arras which is noticeably one of the prettiest towns of Northern France renowned for its Tapestries and lined with restored 17th and 18th century mansions. Lille, just north of here is easily the largest city in the region and is very accessible in all directions. It has a beautifully restored old quarter with narrow winding streets and impressive architecture, while also striving for modernism shown by its metro system and its arts scene and museums symbolise its cultural edge. Property prices in Nord-pas-de-Calais are reasonable with some cheaper character property available below the national average price.
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Property for Sale in Nord-Pas-de-Calais
The average price of a 2 bedroom apartment property for sale in the Nord-pas-de-Calais region is between 145k Euros and 185k Euros while the price of a 4 bedroom house is between 225k Euros and 265k Euros. Good resale property can be found in the region surrounding Calais as it is popular with the French who live and work there and prices are still cheap compared with the UK. There are many British second home buyers here but also Dutch and Germans so if you are searching for a bargain then you’ll need to venture further inland. The chic seaside resort of La Touquet has a French dominated busy sales and rental market but fairly expensive prices for the region while Lille prices are also on the increase.