There were over 1,451 roads in England and Wales where the properties averaged £1million+ in 2016. This is based on the land registry, which includes the original values of the homes.
The neighborhoods with the most expensive houses were in Kent and include: Turnbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, Westerham and Dartford. Their prices range from £1.84-1.02 million.
The least expensive were in Folkstone, Sheerness, Cantebury and others and prices range from: £90-45,000. Other homes, such as in Notting Hill, go for £9.6 million, while a flat in Sunderland can average £14,500.
The most expensive road in Kent was Camden Park and the least expensive road, in Folkstone, England was in Marine Terrace. There were 17 roads in Kent with properties valuing over £1million.
- The most expensive road in England and Wales in 2016, was Landsdowne Crescent in Notting Hill, where homes go for an average of £9.6 million.
- There were 1,451 roads in England and Wales where the average price was £1 million or more, up from 1,352 in 2015 and 1,411 in 2014.
"The least expensive road in England and Wales for the third year in a row was Waterloo Walk in Sunderland, where flats sold for an average of £14,500 in 2015, down from £16,500 in 2015."