The UK’s 20 Most Expensive Residential Streets Revealed
With homes costing an average of £15.6 million, Ilchester Place in London’s Holland Park is the most expensive residential street in the United Kingdom, according to Lloyds Bank. Making the road Britain’s priciest place to live.
Unsurprisingly, nine out of the top 10 most-expensive residential streets in Britain are found in London.
Following Illchester Place in Holland Park, the average property in Eaton Square in Westminster comes in at a cool £13.7 million, while property on Knightsbridge will set you back £13.3 million. Kensington Road is 4th (£12.925m), followed by Carlyle Square (£11.904m), Campden Hill (£11.363m) and Chesham Place (£11.302m) make up the remaining £11m-plus streets.
“Historically, London has always been the most expensive place to live in the United Kingdom, the capital is renowned for its eye-wateringly expensive rents and property prices.,” says Nikolaos M, yacht charter director at Cosmos Yachting, London and Athens-based international yacht charter company.
Of the top 20 most expensive residential streets, ten are in London, and the top 7 most prestigious addresses are in the prime residential areas of Kensington and Chelsea and the City of Westminster.
These are the 20 most expensive residential streets in the United Kingdom:
1. Ilchester Place, Kensington and Chelsea – £15,579,000
2. Eaton Square, Westminster – £13,710,000
3. Knightsbridge, Westminster – £13,371,000
4. Kensington Road, Kensington and Chelsea – £12,925,000
5. Carlyle Square, Kensington and Chelsea – £11,904,000
6. Campden Hill, Kensington and Chelsea – £11,363,000
7. Chesham Place, Kensington and Chelsea – £11,302,000
8. Kensington Square, Kensington and Chelsea – £9,915,000
9. Burnsall Street, Kensington and Chelsea – £9,825,000
10. Camp End Road, Weybridge – £5,632,000
11. East Road, Weybridge – £4,911,000
12. Charlbury Road, Oxford – £4,596,000
13. Astons Road, Northwood, London – £4,074,000
14. Leys Road, Leatherhead – £4,025,000
15. Queens Drive, Leatherhead -£3,886,000
16. Chargate Close, Walton-on-Thames – £3,630,000
17. Blackhills, Esher – £3,600,000
18. Gorse Hill Road, Virginia Water – £3,528,000
19. Oxshott Rise, Cobham – £3,416,000
20. Eriswell Road, Walton-on-Thames – £3,346,000
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