Grosvenor Crescent in Belgravia is included in the list of Britain’s 10 most expensive streets to purchase a property.
With homes in the exclusive residential street costing an average of £21.63 million, Grosvenor Crescent is only beaten by Kensington Palace Gardens, where the average house price is almost £38.26m, and The Boltons in the Brompton district of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, where homes cost an average of £33.31m, according to Zoopla’s property rich list.
The property website adds that there are now 12,418 streets in Britain where the average property value is more than £1m.
Zoopla also found that more than 40,000 new property millionaires have been created across Britain so far this year as property prices continue to rise.
In total, 660,900 homes across the country are now estimated to be worth at least £1m – an increase of more than 40,800 since January – the website found.
To help you find your perfect property and to discover hidden corners of Belgravia, the Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel operates a Belgravia & Beyond by Bicycle self-guided tour.
The tour starts and ends at the hotel in Lowndes Street and takes in to points of interest along the route, as well offering insider tips along the way. Did you know the former President of Columbia, Alfonso López Pumarejo used to live at 33 Wilton Crescent?
From Wilton Terrace to Grosvenor Crescent, the tour takes you to the best of Belgravia and includes stops at Motcomb Street for some nibbles at The Fine Cheese Co and Rococo Chocolates.
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