Thursday, 27 December 2012

Welcome to Britain's most expensive street: The Chelsea crescent where £12m will buy you a four-bed terrace with a tiny garden

  • The house in Chelsea. London, is more than 74 times the price of the average UK home
  • Prices in the centre of London, driven by foreign investors, have soared in last decade
  • 20 most expensive streets in the country are all in London, according to report
  • Central London prices still rise as rest of UK property market falters
  • Most expensive streets outside capital are in Surrey, Hertfordshire and Kent

  • With its white stucco-fronted facade and neatly-trimmed rows of box trees, it is certainly an address that’s easy on the eye.
    But the properties on Egerton Crescent, SW3, are most definitely not easy on the pocket.

    In fact the terrace in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London has just been named the most expensive street in Britain
    The average price of a house there is more than £8million - with one four-bedroom family home recently selling for a massive £12million.

    That’s more than 74 times the price of the average home in the UK, which currently sells for just £160,879
    A typical house on Egerton Crescent would cost £8,136,000 to buy, according to a report by Lloyds TSB.

    Apart from the cachet of living among the super-rich, residents can enjoy being just a stone’s throw away from the Victoria and Albert Museum and the shops of Knightsbridge
    I will make it there IJN!!!!Amen...if una no wan follow me talk am.....

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