Most expensive roads in London to buy
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The London property market is known to be one of, if not the most expensive city in the world to buy in. There are many reasons for this, but the main ones are due to the economy, how well connected the city is, the opportunity for earning a living and the quality of life. While some boroughs, or areas are considerably cheap to buy in, a large part of London is simply expensive. It’ll cost you thousands of dollars per month simply to rent a relatively small space near the middle of town, while some outskirt and modern suburban areas are just as expensive because they are still well-connected and said to be posh and affluent areas. Though if you were to look at the most expensive roads in London, you’ll notice a trend that Central London is by far the most expensive and it’s closely followed by South-West London, or as denoted by the postcode SW London. South-West London is still considered extremely central and is home to affluent areas such as Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Kensington. Even the Royal family live in South-West London, which goes to show the class of the postcode. Here are a list of London’s most expensive roads to buy in, with the average price of the house valuation shown in British Pounds.