Real estate: where is the most expensive street in Brittany?


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Avenue Poussineau with its villas overlooking the sea, nestled in the Malouine coastal area of ​​Dinard, has an average price of €14,081 per m².


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– Avenue Poussineau in Dinard, with its villas overlooking the sea, is the most expensive street in all of Brittany.

If we know the most expensive street in Paris, in this case the rue de Furstemberg in the 7th arrondissement, what is its Breton counterpart? The question arises when we know that Brittany has become a holiday destination for Parisian executives looking for the coast and nature. Well, it is the prestigious avenue Poussineau, nestled in the heart of the luxury seaside development of Malouine, in the town of Dinard. on average 14,081 euros per m².

The street has seen four sales at unusual prices in recent years. A stone house with an area of ​​99 m² was sold for an exorbitant price of 2,454,100 euros. This is not surprising for Pascal Négaret, a real estate agent at the Richard agency, who was interviewed by our colleagues at Télégramme. According to him, this is the price of an exceptional, prestigious property offering a breathtaking view of the sea, close to the beaches and the city center. Pascal Négaret emphasizes that these high prices are not specific to Avenue Poussineau. In fact, Pointe de la Malouine and Pointe du Moulinet also show similar prices for exceptional properties.

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Among other prestigious streets in Brittany, we note the Avenue des Nielles in Saint-Malo, which has an average price of 13,118 euros per m². Then follow Boulevard de l’Océan in Carnac (€8,854), rue Alfred de Musset in Rennes (€8,142). The top 5 is completed by the Poent-hir cul-de-sac in Sarzeau with 7,534 euros per m².



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