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?
- Westminster – £3 million
- Kensington – £2.8 million
- Chelsea – £2.3 million
- Camden – £1.8 million
- Hammersmith and Fulham – £964,000
- Hackney – £933,000
- Richmond upon Thames – £838,000
- Lambeth – £834,000
- Wandsworth – £803,000
- Islington – £796,000
- Barnet – £695,000
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