Quite nice but its a mews. And that means it up a lane way at the back of some other much nicer house.
Sorry honey. You missed the boat. You missed the market for selling a mews.
Around Euro 320,000 for die hards....
Not realistic. From an investment perspective, you can rent a 3 bedroom mews in this neighbourhood for 2,400 euros per month.
So if you are looking for a 5% yield on you money (to beat long term deposit interest rates of 2.5%), you should be paying 530k euros. ((2400 x 11 months) x 5%)
Of course, if you are spoilt for choice and "demand" a 10% yield on your money (to account for opportunity costs of locking funds into illiquid real estate and risk of further price drops), then yes a price of 264k euros is where you should be at.
However, in this neighbourhood and for a unique "trophy" mews, people do and will continue to pay a premium for ownership far above the yield value. If they can get a mortgage. Which they can't.