With recent news suggesting a slump in the property market, there are still many streets in London where you’d have to be a multi-millionaire to even consider buying a property.
To highlight and compare the range of potential price tags attached to property across the UK, leading price comparison site MoneySuperMarket has created an interactive tool to reveal and virtually explore the cheapest and most expensive locations to buy a property in the capital, and across the UK.
The price of London
The UK’s capital is perhaps unsurprisingly home to the most expensive streets, with prices significantly higher than anywhere else in the country. The most expensive is Grafton Street in Westminster at £69,189,235, which is 30,788 per cent more than the national median of £224,0001.
The Most Expensive Streets in London:
To see all 20, see here.