Britain's most expensive street revealed

A house here will set you back a cool £17 million


Britain's most expensive street revealed

Britain's most expensive street has been revealed - and there's no prizes for guessing which city it's in.

Grosvenor Crescent, in the heart of London's Belgravia, is the priciest street, where a property will set you back around £17 million, says research by Lloyds Bank.

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The area is near Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and Knightsbridge, and the average price of a house here is £16,918,000.

Last year's most expensive street, Eaton Square, is now in at third place on the list, with an average price of £13, 585,000, reports ITV News.

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In the north west, the top spots are located in Alderley Edge, Altrincham, and Knutsford. Congleton Road in Alderley Edge is the most expensive street with homes selling, on average, for £1,985,000

In the north east, Runnymede Road in Newcastle is the most expensive at £1,111,000, while over in Yorkshire and the Humber, the priciest streets make up the "golden triangle" between Harrogate, Wetherby and north Leeds, with the most expensive homes averaging £1,545,000 on Fulwith Mill Lane in Harrogate.

In East Anglia, Millington Road in Cambridge is top, with prices at £2,030,000, and in the south east the East Road in Weybridge is very well-heeled with an average property price of £5,053,000, the most expensive street outside London.

There is only one million-pound street in the whole of Wales, and the rich-list head to St Annes Close in Swansea for top properties,

The Lloyds Bank research found a total of 73 'million-pound streets' across England and Wales, where the average property is worth at least a million.

The top 10 most expensive streets in the country are:

1 - Grosvenor Crescent, Westminster, London, SW1X - £16,918,000
2 - Ilchester Place, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W14 - £16,700,000
3 - Eaton Square, Westminster, London, SW1W - £13,585,000
4 - Chester Square, Westminster, London, SW1W - £12,534,000
5 - Carlyle Square, Kensington and Chelsea, London, SW3 - £11,618,000
6 - Kensington Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W8 - £10,185,000
7 - East Road, Weybridge, South East, KT13 - £5,053,000
8 - The Green, Richmond, London, TW9 -£4,706,000
9 - West Road, Weybridge, South East, KT13 - £4,578,000
10 - Charlbury Road, Oxford, South East, OX2 - £4,470,000

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