The most expensive streets in England in 2016 were… - January 15, 2017

Recent figures released have revealed where the most expensive place to buy property in 2016 were. Perhaps unsurprisingly seven of the top ten locations were in Central London; with the most expensive street being named as Eaton Square in Belgravia with an average property value of almost £17m. Aside from the purchase price, the Stamp Duty Land Tax bill on a purchase of a property at £17m is nearly another £2m to pay.

The only three streets outside of Central London which made the ‘top ten’ were two address in Weybridge in Surrey and Sandbanks (Poole) in Dorset. Below is a list of the top ten streets along with their average property price:

1st – Eaton Square, Belgravia, London – £16,944,000

2nd – Grosvenor Crescent, Westminster, London – £16,918,000

3rd – Ilchester Place, Kensington, London – £16,029,000

4th – Lansdowne Road, Kensington, London – £12,830,000

5th – Chester Square, Westminster, London – £12,534,000

6th – Lansdowne Crescent, Kensington, London – £10,842,000

7th – Kensington Road, Kensington, London – £10,185,000

8th – Camp End Road, Weybridge, Surrey – £5,164,000

9th – Cavendish Road, Weybridge, Surrey – £4,705,000

10th – Panorama Road, Poole, Dorset – £4,618,000

Again many of the areas just outside of the top ten are in London, or in very close proximity, set in the prime commuter belt areas just outside the M25. Regionally there is a great deal of disparity with London far outstripping all of the other regions of England. In each of the other regions there are small pockets of ‘prime property’ priced considerably higher than the national average house price of £216,674. The leading price in each region is detailed below:


London – Eaton Square, Belgravia, London – £16,944,000

South East – Camp End Road, Weybridge, Surrey – £5,164,000

South West – Panorama Road, Poole, Dorset – £4,618,000

North West – Park Lane, Altrincham, Greater Manchester – £2,059,000

East – Storeys Way, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire – £1,914,000

West Midlands – Farquhar Road, Birmingham, Warwickshire – £1,434,000

Yorkshire & Humber – Ling Lane, Leeds, Yorkshire – £1,319,000

East Midlands – Warren Hill, Leicester, Leicestershire – £1,288,000

North East – Runnymede Road, Newcastle, Northumberland – £1,103,000

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