The UK’s most expensive streets have been revealed, with Kensington Palace Gardens in west London topping the list. The average cost of a property on the exclusive road, which is adjacent to the official royal residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, is an eye-popping £35,696,711
There are now 14,417 streets in the UK with an average property value of £1m or more, up from 12,418 in 2016 according to property website Zoopla.
The figures come after Nationwide reported last week that overall London property prices had fallen for the first time in eight years. The building society also found that prices across the country grew at their slowest pace since 2013.
Here are the 10 most expensive streets in Britain, with the average property value, according to Zoopla:
1. Kensington Palace Gardens, W8, London, £35,696,711
2. Grosvenor Crescent, SW1X, London, £21,984,033
3. The Boltons, SW10, London, £19,858,239
4. Courtenay Avenue, N6, London, £18,973,761
5. Ilchester Place, W14, London, £15,311,090
6. Compton Avenue, N6, London, £13,739,572
7. Manresa Road, SW3, London, £12,587,961
8. Cottesmore Gardens , W8, London, £11,969,745
9. Albemarle Street, W1S, London, £11,371,851
10. Chester Square, SW1V, London, £10,630,003