A series of opulent houses, villas, luxury buildings ... The Boulevard des Belges is said to be home to the wealthiest families of Lyons business class. Its curious aspect in particular is the dream of hikers and joggers of the TÃªte dOr park who envy the private entrances to certain Napoleon III, Art Nouveau or 1930s style buildings on the aptly named 'AllÃ©e des villas'.
The prestigious address (and the right investment) always attracts a clientele of wealthy buyers, but how much does an address on Boulevard des Belges cost?
Estimates are made difficult by the small number of sales, but the public database of inquiries about real estate values, published since 2019 by the General Directorate of Public Finance, makes it possible to know the real estate transactions that have taken place over the last five years thanks to the data . from notarial acts and cadastral information.
Discover these transactions on our interactive map and in our slideshow below.
The immobilier.notaires.fr website also provides the average price (as well as the maximum and minimum prices) by districts of the 6th arrondissement. In fact, Meilleuragents.com takes a per-building price risk but claims reliability is poor.
Zoom in, move around, click on a point to view the details of the transaction (in red the top 10 sales in total amount and price per square meter).
The 6th remains the most expensive district
Average price for old houses and apartments in the last 4 quarters (April 2019 - March 2020):
Lyon 6th: â‚¬ 5,750 / mÂ² (568 sales from â‚¬ 5,070 to â‚¬ 6,380 / mÂ²)
Lyon 2nd: 5,510 â‚¬ / mÂ² (291 sales from 4,710 to 6,490 â‚¬ / mÂ²)
Lyon 1er: 5,300 â‚¬ / mÂ² (424 sales from 4,700 to 5,840 â‚¬ / mÂ²)
4th district of Lyon: â‚¬ 5,040 / mÂ² (400 sales from â‚¬ 4,420 to â‚¬ 5,700 / mÂ²)