In 1140, a group of monks put in a ferryboat crossing on the Seine, probably slightly to the north of what is now the avenue Charles de Gaulle. In 1316, a village began to grow up around their former farm, called Nully, gradually becoming a strategic point on path between Paris and Normandy. There is no real town centre in today’s Neuilly, but rather many different neighbourhoods. There are the areas of the Place du Marché-Sablonville, of Bagatelle-Saint-James, of the Pont, of the rue Louis-Philippe and of the rue des Huissiers as well as the neighbourhood of the Ile de la Jatte or the part bordering the Bois de Boulogne. If you are looking for an apartment in Neuilly, you can choose between a high-end apartment with a terrace in a modern building, a luxury apartment overlooking the Bois de Boulogne and an exclusive house with a secluded garden.