Britain's most expensive streets revealed - how many in London?

How expensive is a home on Grosvenor Crescent, the most expensive street in Britain? So expensive that Cheryl Cole’s £16m fortune will fall short for buying a typical Grade II listed house on that street.

That’s right. The average price of a home on Belgravia's Grosvenor Crescent is a cool £16,918,000.

According to research by Lloyds, London boasts the top 10 most expensive streets in Britain.

While the top five most expensive streets are in Belgravia and Knightsbridge in the City of Westminster, the rest are in Kensington and Chelsea.

Take a look at the most expensive streets in Britain:

1. Grosvenor Crescent, Westminster

Average house price: £16.9m

Grosvenor Square view

 

2. Eaton Square, Westminster

Average house price: £15.52m

Eaton Square

 

3. Trevor Square, Westminster

Average house price: £10.1m

Trevor Square

4. Cadogan Square, Kensington and Chelsea

Average house price: £8.5m

Cadogan Square 622x466

5. Montpelier Street, Westminster

Average house price: £8.4m

 Montpelier Street

6. Chester Square, Westminster

Average house price: £8.2m

Chester Square

7. Argyll Road, Kensington and Chelsea

Average house price: £8m

Argyll Road

8. Elgin Crescent, Kensington and Chelsea

Average house price: £7.6m

Elgin Crescent

 

9. Egerton Crescent, Kensington and Chelsea

Average house price: £7.1m

Egerton Crescent

 

10. Hillsleigh Road, Kensington and Chelsea

Average house price: £7m

Hillsleigh Road, Kensington and Chelsea

 

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Readers' comments (3)

  • The daft thing is I wouldn't want to live in any of those houses! But wouldn't say no to one so I could sell it and buy a really nice house somewhere else!

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  • Anonymous

    I'm sure Cheryl could get a mortgage if her £16m mortgage falls short. Most of us live in houses that are worth more than we are.

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  • The houses might be nice, but can you imagine how obnoxious the neighbours would be? I bet they wouldn't look after a parcel for you if you were out when it was delivered.

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