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In the city of Merlan, in Noisy-le-Sec, rare transactions around 5000 euros per square meter


Real estate sales are not commonplace in the city of Merlan, which remains one of the most expensive districts of Noisy-le-Sec (Sein

The history of the city of Merlan, in Noisy-le-Sec (Seine-Saint-Denis), Fabien discovered it a little by chance when he bought a Swedish house in the neighborhood a few years ago.

“The real estate ad was quite classic, it was after we discovered the history of the neighborhood and we then knew that the house was protected.


"As a result, the work that we carried out inside was subject to obtaining a building permit, whereas elsewhere they would only have been the subject of a prior declaration", relates this thirty-year-old who was looking for a pavilion with garden near Paris.

“In Montreuil, Pantin or Bagnolet, everything has become expensive.

Here, it is still affordable.

I think we are in the upper middle of Noisy, ”he says.

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"The prices are indeed a little higher than elsewhere in the town, even if they do not reach those of the golden triangle of Noisy, which includes a few streets with very pretty millstone houses located near the station. , relates Jean-Paul de Azevedo, independent real estate agent of the Safti network.

In general, in Noisy, we are between 3,700 and 5,800 euros per square meter;

in the city of Merlan, it is rather between 4,300 and 5,000 euros, depending on the houses.

We must not forget that the neighborhood has a lot of energy sieves.


Here, the market is not very active

Witness this 108 m2 house built in 1947 and sold for 524,100 euros, or 4,852 euros per square meter, in July 2019, listed on the tax site.

But the last transaction displayed goes higher: this 90 m2 house was acquired at a price of 474,000 euros in March 2021, or 5,266 euros per square meter.

According to this professional, the market in the city of Merlan is not very active.

“There are transactions, but they are rather rare.

We are not in the traditional real estate market, in which people leave after seven or eight years.

The large preserved plots encourage the inhabitants to stay.


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"Most of the residents who sell have been in the neighborhood for a very long time," also notes Olivier Sarrabeyrouse (PCF), the mayor of Noisy-le-Sec, adding that the protection of houses can put off some buyers.

“This poses a lot of constraints and can discourage buyers.

Conversely, they do not always realize the advantages of this district which is the greenest of Noisy and in which large buildings cannot be built.


Source: leparis

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