Located south of Paris, the charming town of Montrouge benefits from the influence of Greater Paris and direct access to the capital.

Committed to its heritage, Montrouge maintains and renovates many buildings. Its urban landscape is strong of a modernity assumed with the Church of Saint-Jacques le Majeur and its silhouette with industrial allure. Just like the Belfry of Montrouge proudly placed on an Art Deco building in red bricks. The exception is the Town Hall, whose appearance has been preserved since the beginning of the 20th century.

Montrouge is an ideal choice for young working people who commute to the capital every day, thanks to the metro line that crosses Paris from North to South. Montrouge is also an easy place to go on a weekend trip thanks to its easy access by car and its proximity to train stations.

The cultural and sports offer is very dynamic thanks to the town hall, with many events organized throughout the year. Montrouge has established itself as a city where life is good.

It is also appreciated by its inhabitants thanks to its variety of local shops, and its many restaurants and cafés.

The large covered market which is held twice a week contributes to the conviviality of the city center and the quality of the food shops on offer.


Nestled on the outskirts of the capital, Boulogne-Billancourt is a city with many assets, also called the 21st arrondissement of Paris.

Located in the southwest of the capital, Boulogne-Billancourt is surrounded on one side by the Bois de Boulogne and on the other by the Seine. Divided into two distinct communities, Boulogne-Sur-Seine is residential and Billancourt is working class, the former being the historic stronghold of the Renault factories.

Within the small town itself, several neighborhoods can be identified. Parchamp-Albert Kahn, known as the historic heart of the city, is home to beautiful century-old buildings and many places of interest such as the Paul Belmondo Museum and the Théâtre de l’Ouest Parisien. Enjoying many green spaces, we particularly appreciate the Edmond-de-Rotschild park offering nice walks in the alleys of its French gardens.

In the North-East of Boulogne, the Princes-Marmottan district, with its bourgeois buildings in a pure Haussmann style, is the city’s chic sector. It is very appreciated for its proximity to the Bois de Boulogne, the Hippodrome de Longchamps and the Roland-Garros tennis courts. But you can also stop there to discover Le Corbusier’s apartment-workshop, where the architect lived and worked between 1934 and 1965. Listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site, this light-filled apartment was a place of experimentation and creation for Le Corbusier.



Located in the Yvelines department, Versailles has long enjoyed a national and international reputation for its castle and gardens, which have been classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

The city was born from the will of King Louis XIV, directed by Jules Hardouin Mansart, first architect, and André Le Nôtre, gardener. Loaded with culture, the royal old town is a delight for history lovers, but also for many families looking for a peaceful city life. Its commercial life is dynamic and benefits from a particular atmosphere, and the Notre Dame market place welcomes every week a market recently elected most beautiful market of Ile de France. Numerous parks and gardens such as the Jardin des Musiciens Italiens or the Jardin des Etangs Gobert make life pleasant.

Located in the western suburbs of the French capital, 17 km from the center of Paris, Versailles is an affluent residential town. It is always in Versailles that deputies and senators meet in congress at the castle to ratify any amendment to the constitution. Versailles is the seat of the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin and home to many companies. The city is part of the Paris-Saclay technological competitiveness cluster project. It is very well served by three passenger lines in three stations: RER C and suburban trains connect Paris quickly, so Montparnasse in about fifteen minutes.

A city with a pleasant living environment, ideal for families!


Only 25 minutes from Paris by RER,
Saint-Germain-en-Laye offers a real change of scene
and a range of assets : heritage, nature and art of living.

How can you not fall under the charm of this former royal residence ? Saint-Germain-en-Laye is a sweet compromise between city and nature in the heart of the Yvelines.

The town centre is a real open-air shopping centre with no less than 800 shops and a market not to be missed. The town is also equipped with quality educational facilities from nursery school to higher education. Numerous companies have set up their headquarters here, proof of its economic dynamism.

The town is also very easy to reach thanks to the RER A train line that connects to La Défense and Saint-Lazare, as well as the Resalys bus service that offers trips to Poissy, Versailles and Cergy. A new tram line planned for 2021 should also connect the RER A to the RER B.

At the gateway to Paris, Saint-Germain-en-Laye offers a quality of life on all levels. Whether you are looking for a house with a garden, or a beautiful flat in a former town house or old building in the town centre !