How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe?

April 13, 2015

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe?

According to the ee24 European Cities Prime Real Estate Survey 2015 published on ee24.com, Monaco, London, Paris and Geneva are the most expensive property markets, based on the average cost per square meter. The study showes what the area of residential real estate someone can buy for €1 million. Read more details – in photo gallery by ee24.com.

 

Monaco

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 1 | ee24

 

Paris

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 2 | ee24

 

London

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 3 | ee24

 

Geneva

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 4 | ee24

 

Venice

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 5 | ee24

 

Rome

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 6 | ee24

 

Zürich

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 7 | ee24

 

Stockholm

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 8 | ee24

 

Vienna

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 9 | ee24

 

Barcelona

How many square meters of luxury property will be bought for €1 million in Europe? | Photo 10 | ee24

 

How many square meters of residential real estate can be bought for €1 million in European cities?

Top 20 popular cities on the ee24.com portal (Q1 2015) – sq.m:

Monaco – 30

Paris – 67

London – 68

Geneva – 95

Venice – 120

Rome – 128

Zurich – 129

Stockholm – 140

Vienna – 145

Barcelona – 151

Florence – 154

Milan – 156

Hamburg – 158

Munich – 163

Prague – 170

Dublin – 176

Istanbul – 194

Berlin – 205

Athens – 215

Birmingham – 226

 

Sources of pictures: shutterstock.com, property-for-sale-monaco.com, sothebysrealty.com, savills.com, idealista.com, engelvoelkers.com, hamptons-international.com, immobiliare.it, ee24.com.

Text: Paul Kuznetsov, ee24.com

 

Read also:

What can you buy in Spain right now for an average price?

Where does the Ukraine move?

It's better time to walk! Where are the biggest traffic jams in Europe?

The most expensive and cheap European countries, according to their cost of living