Rich List 2021 reveals the most expensive streets in …
A new Rich List of the most expensive streets has been unveiled by Zoopla.
Kensington Palace Gardens in London holds Britain’s most expensive road title for the 13th consecutive year, with an average property price of £ 29,898,000. It is well known for its embassies, diplomatic residences and billionaire residents, including Roman Abramovich, and counts Kensington Palace – and with it the Cambridges – among its neighbors.
Courtenay Avenue in Highgate, north London, is in second place for the third year in a row. Housing an average property value of £ 19,440,000, it is situated on the edge of Hampstead Heath. Grosvenor Crescent, located in Belgravia, and a short walk from Buckingham Palace Gardens, ranks third with an average property price of £ 17,212,000.
Three new entrants to the list include The Boltons – an enclave in west London – which comes in fifth and has an average asking price of £ 14,223,000 and Frognal Way in north London, which ranks at the seventh place and has an average property value of £ 11,118,000. Carlyle Square in Chelsea is the latest addition to the list, with an average property price of £ 9,800,000.
Titlarks HIll in Ascot, Berkshire this year won the crown for Leatherhead’s most expensive location outside London in Surrey, with an average property value of £ 8,410,000, second is Montrose Gardens in Leatherhead which is located in the exclusive Domaine de la Couronne.
Five streets in the exclusive Surrey enclave of Virginia Water are on the list of the most expensive outside London, including Portnall Rise in third place with an average property value of £ 6,408,000.
Outside the capital, Guildford in Surrey is the post town with the most expensive streets (176) and is followed by Reading with 137 and Sevenoaks with 133.
A regional analysis of the data shows that of the 11,673 streets in the UK with an average house price of £ 1million and above. Of these streets, 4,544 are in London and 4,336 are concentrated in the South East.
In contrast, only nine are found in Wales, 41 in North East England and 55 in Yorkshire and the Humber.
Gráinne Gilmore, Head of Research at Zoopla, comments: “This data illustrates how the type and size of properties, associated with some of the most desirable locations in the country, create areas of choice, which translates into residential streets. most valuable in the country.
“London leads the way when it comes to major UK markets, but the wider South East suburban area is also home to some of the more interesting addresses, reflecting the size and type of housing stock in these areas. . “