The most expensive Britain’s properties

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According to a new research, there are over 228 streets in England and Wales where the average house costs over £1 million.
Wycombe Square in Kensington has house prices over £4 mill

The country’s most expensive street is Parkside, in the SW19 area of London, with the average property of £5 million. Wycombe Square, Blenheim Crescent, Mallord Street and Drayton Gardens follow and are all in Kensington and Chelsea, with average house price £4-£4.4 million.
Half of the 20 most expensive streets are in Kensington and Chelsea, and excluding 2 in Greater London.
Woodlands Road West in Virginia Water, Surrey, and Burkes Road in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, Brundenell Avenue in Sandbanks, Dorset, have average house prices of more than £2.7 million.
36 streets in England and Wales have typical house prices of more than £2 million.


Parkside in Wimbledon is the most expensive street in the country with the average house costing over £5m

Overoll, the biggest concentration of expensive properties is in Kensington and Chelsea, and the most expensive street, Parkside in Merton, is just a short walk to Wimbledon’s famous All England club.


Chelsea property where AA Milne wrote Winnie the Pooh sits on one of Britain’s most exclusive streets


Mallord Street in Kensington is among Britain’s most expensive streets

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