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Clare Hudson
Clare Hudson
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  • 06th June 2011

England’s Most Expensive and Cheapest Streets

According to research conducted by the property and house prices website, Zoopla, England’s most expensive street is Kensington Palace Gardens, close by to Hyde Park and Notting Hill Gate tube stations. Current famous residents of this exclusive London street include Nigella Lawson, Simon Cowell and Madonna.

At the other endof the scale is England’s cheapest street, Wynnstay Street, Merseyside, Liverpool, close by to Princess Park and about a 40 minute walk into Liverpool City Centre. However, the majority of houses here are boarded up and uninhabited.

Most Expensive

  1. Kensington Palace Gardens W8- £21, 003, 679
  2. The Boltons, London, SW10- £13, 793, 339
  3. Frognal Way, London NW3- £10, 762, 140
  4. Compton Avenue, London N6- £8, 049, 945
  5. Park Place Villas, London W2- £7, 426, 914



  1. Wynnstay Street, Liverpool L8- £31, 081
  2. Merryfield Court, Skegness PE24- £31, 353
  3. Oxford Street, Nelson Hernandez BB9- £32, 479
  4. Allenby Close, Lincoln LN3- £32, 492
  5. Dellfield Drive, Sunderland SR4- £32, 496

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