Living in the Beyris district in Bayonne
Between Boulevard d'Aritxague to the east, the University of Science and Technology to the west and the Bab2 shopping center to the north, the Beyris district is a well-located area for getting around the Bayonnaise agglomeration, at the crossroads of three cities Bayonne-Anglet-Biarritz. Less than 3 km from the historic center, the district is also easily accessible from old Bayonne. Allow 6 to 7 minutes by car to reach the Vieille-Boucherie tower at the entrance to the pedestrian zone, and less than 10 minutes by bike. The district is connected to the historic center by bus lines 5 and 3. Very residential and green, like the photo of its polo beyris esplanade (photo credit: https: //www.retours-vers-les-basses- pyrenees.fr/2014/11/divers-documents-relatifs-au-quartier.html), the Beyris district also has a multi-reception center for early childhood, a nursery school, several primary schools, a private college and high school. Lines 34 and 5 also connect the Beyris district to the beaches in about twenty minutes. By car, allow just a dozen minutes to enjoy the joys of the ocean.
Real estate prices in Beyris district
The average price per m2 of properties located in the Beyris district is significantly higher than the average for real estate in Bayonne, with an all-property average of around 3,300 euros per m2. It is a little higher for apartments (almost 3,350 euros / m2 on average) than for a house (around 3,250 euros / m2). Prices generally range from 2,900 to 3,900 euros for an apartment and from 2,900 to 3,850 euros for a house. While a rise tends to start again in house prices, apartment prices tend to stabilize after having experienced a sharp rise in recent years.
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