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The Most Expensive Streets In London





Based on the average house prices in the area, we have produced a list of the most expensive streets in London, currently housing the affluent & elite.

In first place is Kensington Palace Gardens, with an average price value of £32,550,000. Guarded at both ends by security, the exclusivity of this road has tempted the rich & famous. Many of these properties house embassies and those alike, citing it as “the most exclusive address” in London.

Taking second place is Avenue Road, St Johns Wood with an average house price of £30,500,000. The most alluring feature are the lot sizes, allowing even the smaller residences to be demolished & rebuilt into multi-million pound homes. A residence purchased for £14 million has been put on the market for £75 million, having had a phenomenal face lift.

Third on the list is Tite Street, Chelsea, with the average house price stretching to £28,900,000. This location has been favourable with the artists & novelists, having been home to none other than Oscar Wilde.
At fourth place is South Audley Street, Mayfair. House prices in this location average to £22,800,000. In Central Mayfair, South Audley Street is a prime shopping location & invites all things designer.

At fifth & sixth place, we find Ilchester Place & Holland Villas Road with the average house prices of £16,600,000 & £15,800,000. Both of these locations are moments away from Holland Park & are suitably surrounded by some of the next most expensive streets.