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Revealed: The UK’s most expensive streets

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Kensington Palace Gardens has once again been crowned the priciest road in Britain by Zoopla’s annual Rich List.

The prestigious London address, which is just a stone’s throw away from the royals at Kensington Palace, is home to some of Britain’s wealthiest homeowners including Formula One heiress Tamara Ecclestone, and Chelsea F.C. owner Roman Abramovich.

Zoopla’s Rich List, which compares house prices across the country, found 17,289 streets where the average property value is now £1m or more – up from 14,417 in the past year.

But while the typical home in Kensington Palace Gardens comes in at a boggling £35.6m, it’s still a drop for the second year running, with properties on the road losing an average £1.3m each against this time last year.

Top 10 most expensive streets in Britain

Rank

Street Name

Area

Average Property Value (£)

1

Kensington Palace Gardens, London (W8)

London

£35.6m

2

Grosvenor Crescent, London (SW1X)

London

£21.7m

3

Courtenay Avenue, London (N6)

London

£21.1m

4

The Boltons, London (SW10)

London

£19.3m

5

Ilchester Place, London (W14)

London

£15.2m

6

Compton Avenue, London (N6)

London

£13.6m

7

Albemarle Street, London (W1S)

London

£11.9m

8

Cottesmore Gardens, London (W8)

London

£11.9m

9

Frognal Way, London (NW3)

London

£11.6m

10

Manresa Road, London (SW3)

London

£11.3m

Read more at https://www.zoopla.co.uk/discover/property-news/britain-s-most-expensive-streets-revealed-on-zoopla-s-2018-rich-list/#EBlDkqfuzDwvaXmO.99




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