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REVEALED: The richest neighborhoods in London in 2021

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London is now one of the most expensive cities to live in the world. Here’s a look at the 11 richest neighbourhoods in London. The CEOWORLD magazine has published a list of ten neighbourhoods in London with the largest proportion of high-income residents, starting with the City of Westminster…

With an average property price of £3 million, the City of Westminster, home to London’s foremost landmarks, is the most expensive place in London to buy a house. Kensington (No. 2) is one of London’s original most affluent neighbourhoods, here, you can expect to pay upwards of £2.8 million to bag yourself your dream property. Properties in Chelsea (No. 3) currently average around £2.3 million, with Camden following at an average price of more than £1.8 million.

5th on the list is Hammersmith and Fulham, by the river, where an average home will set you back more than £964,000, followed by Hackney at £933,000. Richmond upon Thames is next with a price tag of just under £838,000.

Where are the most expensive neighbourhoods to live in London?

  1. Westminster – £3 million
  2. Kensington – £2.8 million
  3. Chelsea – £2.3 million
  4. Camden – £1.8 million
  5. Hammersmith and Fulham – £964,000
  6. Hackney – £933,000
  7. Richmond upon Thames – £838,000
  8. Lambeth – £834,000
  9. Wandsworth – £803,000
  10. Islington – £796,000
  11. Barnet – £695,000
Sophie Ireland
SVP for News and Editorial Director. As CEOWORLD magazine's senior vice president for news and editorial director, Sophie Ireland oversees CEOWORLD magazine's journalism and journalists around the world and across platforms. She leads an award-winning team of journalists and newsroom executives who are committed to excellence, innovation and the highest quality reporting and storytelling. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or connect on LinkedIn. Email her at sophie@ceoworld.biz.