Where we should find the most expensive properties in London? What do you think?
With property prices worth an average £16,944,000, Eaton Square in London’s Belgravia district has been named the most expensive street across England and Wales.
Well. Unsurprisingly, many of the wealthiest streets are clustered in central London. However you can find many regions around the country that contain “million pound” streets, with homes worth six-figure sums.
In fact, every region in England and Wales now has a million pound street.
Lloyds Bank found that homes on Eaton Square were worth the most. Have a quick look at pictures of the street and you can see why.
Built in the 19th century and arranged around private gardens, Eaton Square features large houses and apartments behind white stucco facades. Upmarket areas Knightsbridge and Chelsea are located nearby, as is Buckingham Palace.
Moreover the street has been home to a number of famous faces. This includes actor Sean Connery, British prime ministers Neville Chamberlain and Stanley Baldwin, and Sarah, Duchess of York, amongst others.
In addition located near Eaton Square, Grosvenor Crescent we can say to be the second-most expensive street, with the average property there worth £16,918,000.
Other expensive locations in central London include Ilchester Place in Notting Hill (£16,029,000), Lansdowne Road (£12,830,000), Chester Square (£12,543,000). With addition we could say to Lansdowne Crescent (£10,842,000) and Kensington Road (£10,185,000).
If you drive away from London, streets located in Weybridge and Leatherhead, similarly some towns in Surrey, also appeared in the list of the 20 most expensive streets across England and Wales.
Above all, that we call London Luxury Living!