Perle Rare has finalised 11 flat purchases in this arrondissement since 2005. High-quality apartments in this neighbourhood go for €9 to €11,000/m² (excluding notary fees), while the official average price is €7,900/m².*
A town in the Hauts-de-Seine section of the Ile de France region, Levallois-Perret is located just north-west of Paris. It is now the most densely-populated town in France, a direct result of the capital’s economic growth and influence. Once upon a time, Levallois was just a suburb of Clichy.
– Henri Barbusse
– Front de Paris
– Front de Seine
– Front de Villiers
– Front de Neuilly
A subtle blend of tradition and modernity
It is now the most densely-populated town in France, a direct result of the capital’s economic growth and influence. Once upon a time, Levallois was just a suburb of Clichy. The land here fell under the bailiwick of the Abbey of Saint Denis, and was used primarily for winegrowing. The town of Levallois-Perret was not officially established until 1867 thanks to a property deal struck by Nicolas Eugène Levallois. The town soon became home to major industrial facilities such as the Millez biscuit factory and the Citroën automobile plant. Many leading international firms still have their headquarters here.
* Source: Chambre des Notaires – 1st quarter of 2017. These are “net vendor” prices and not market prices (which are generally 4% higher)