Bordering Paris, located close to La Défense, on the banks of the Seine, the town of Suresnes stretches up to the heights of Mont-Valérien, the highest point in the region of Paris with an altitude of 162 meters. The town's hillside location offers breathtaking views of the Bois de Boulogne and Paris from many apartments as well as some houses.
Suresnes is made up of six districts :
Suresnes is a town with fresh air thanks to 103 acres of parks and gardens stretching through the various districts and its proximity to the Bois de Boulogne.
Suresnes is a highly accessible town with a train line that connects to the Saint-Lazare train station in 15 minutes, the T2 Tram line with two stops ('Belvédère' and 'Suresnes Longchamp') that connect to La Défense in five minutes as well as a number of buses to Saint-Cloud, Rueil-Malmaison, Boulogne and Paris.
Suresnes is a dynamic and cultural town offering a theater, an ultra-modern media library, four cinemas, a contemporary dance festival, more than 60 sports and cultural associations and nearly 200 shops.
The property market in Suresnes remains stable, however, with a slight 2% rise over the past 12 months and a 17% increase in the number of transactions according to notary figures. Prices per square meter are highly variable based on the district or even the street. Therefore, between an apartment in perfect condition offering a view and a house in need of work, prices can range from €4,100 per sq. m to up to €9,000 per sq. m.