London is undisputedly one of the regal cities of the world. Sealing this further as true is the queenly town’s Eaton square that was recently crowned as the most expensive street to live in across the wide globe! Located in the plush Belgravia district of the capital city, it houses buildings and homes that scale over £17 million pounds, thus making it a worthy winner of the coveted title that it recently bagged.
While London is quintessential to stunning locales with “million pound streets” in every nook and corner, the Eaton square seems to be the most popular in this category. Six – figure homes are a staple to this street with an average home here costing roughly up to £16,944,000. Built in the 19th century with sprawling private gardens that adorn it to date, the Eaton square is truly a grand place to live in with majestic houses and apartments that stand behind its marvelous white stucco facades. As confirmed by Andrew Mason, mortgage director at Lloyds Bank, locations such as the Eaton square have established reputations as exclusive addresses.
Apart from Eaton street, localities such as Westminster, and Kensington and Chelsea also boast of a rich cultural history that combines well with the modern amenities and infrastructure to accord them an overall grandeur. Barring London, streets located in the Surrey towns of Weybridge and Leatherhead also found a place amongst the 20 most expensive streets of the world. Further, in discussing the most expensive localities, names such as – the Park Lane in Altrincham, England; Panorama Road in Poole, South west England; Storeys Way, East Anglia; Runnymeade Road in Newcastle and Ling Lane in Leeds, Yorkshire also found a worthy mention.