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December 23, 2016

britain's most expensive streets with highest real estate prices

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London's Eaton Square has been named the most expensive place to buy property in Britain, with a average real estate price of a home costing an average of nearly £17m. The Belgravia address tops a list that shows every English region now contains "million pound" streets.Eaton Square,in London's  is the most expensive street in England and Wales, with the highest real estate price, with average price of £16,944,000, according to the annual survey by Lloyds Bank.Eaton Square made it to the top of the property stack based on recorded land registry prices. Built in the 19th Century around a private garden, it features stucco white facades and is handy for Knightsbridge and Chelsea. 

The Eaton square has been home to famous faces such as prime minister Margaret Thatcher,, and James Bond actors Sean Connery and Roger Moore lending a touch of 007 glamour.Built by the Grosvenor family in the 19th century, Eaton Square features grand homes and apartments featuring Grade II-listed white stucco facades.A £55m seven bedroom terrace, complete with a winter garden and retractable glass ceiling, on Eaton Square was the most-viewed home for online property website Rightmove in 2016.It overlooks 2.5 hectares of private garden square - with many properties selling for far more than the £16,944,000 average. 

Outside of London, the most expensive streets include Panorama Road, in the Sandbanks area of Poole, with an average price of £4,618,000 and Crick Road, in Central North Oxford, at £4,049,000. Research by Lloyds Bank also shows the most expensive street in Wales is Llandudno's Llys Helyg Drive, with an average property price of £1.064m. The Scores, St Andrews, tops Scotland's list with an average of almost £2.2m.