Most Expensive Streets in the World
Which are the most expensive streets in the world?
Everyone would like to live on an expensive street. And why not? The street is expensive, the street is popular. Famous fashion designer will have stores there. Apartments are luxurious.
The people are from another social class. Everyone would love to live in big style. And if you’re lucky, you’ll have some celebrities as neighbours. Let’s see which are the most expensive streets in the world.
#10 Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France – $26.000 (average price per square meter)
Avenue Montaigne is a 350-year-old street and is located in the 8th arrondissement in the Champs Elysees quarter. An average square meter on Avenue Montaigne goes for $26.000. You can say this is a fashionable avenue, as I like to call it. Why? Christian Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, Harry Winston (with location at number 29), they all have stores here. Also, Canadian Embassy, Marlene Dietrich, they all lived here.
#9 Fifth Avenue, New York, USA – $28.000 (average price per square meter)
Fifth Avenue is home for rich Americans, especially the part between 59th and 96th. This avenue is also one of the most populated. It is home to the Rockefeller Center and Empire State Building. An average square meter is $28.000. I thought it would be more expensive than that. Apparently, I was wrong.
#8 Ostozhenka, Moscow – $29.000 (average price per square meter)
Ostozhenka is one of the oldest and one of the most expensive streets in Russia. Here, an average square meter goes for $29,000. Kremlin, the Pushkin Museum and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior can be found on this street. Also, restaurants like Snobs (located at number 3) or Vanil (located at number 1) line the street. If you want to buy a 5-level apartment on this street, you’ll have to pay a large amount of money, $48 million to be more precisely.
#7 Romazzino Hill, Sardinia – $32.000 (average price per square meter)
Ronazzino Hill is one of the most exquisite location in Sardinia’s Costa Smerelda. Qatar royal family once reside here. An 656 square feet apartment on this street costs $6.8 million. An average price per square meter is $32.000.
#6 Chemin de Ruth, Geneva, Switzerland – $37.000 (average price per square meter)
Located in the heat of Switzerland’s Cologny, Chemin de Ruth is really expensive. A house on this street costs almost $36 millon. France’s Peugeot family, alpine skier Jean-Claude Killy and tennis player Henri Leconte live here. An average price per square meter goes for $37.000.
#5 Paterson Hill, Singapore – $42.500 (average price per square meter)
Located next to the famous shopping district along Orchard Road, Paterson Hill is called ‘Billionaire’s Row’. The Marq, the most expensive condominium, features a condo full with interiors designed by Hermes, and a private pool. And guess who have locations on this street? Eduardo Saverin (Facebook co-founder) and former Miss Singapore, Rachel Kum.
#4 Boulevard du General de Gaulle, Cap Ferrat, France – $79.000 (average price per square meter)
Located 9 miles from Monaco, the Cap Ferrat is full of luxurious villas and hotels, such as the famous Grand Hotel de Cap Ferrat. Guess who lives here? Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Paul Allen, and so did Charlie Chaplin, before his death.
#3 Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco – $86.000 (average price per square meter)
Now this is a street where I would love to live. Celebrities such as the Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and Danish model Helena Christensen live here. I would love to hear my neighbour Andrea Bocelli practicing. Won’t you? Here, an average price per square meter is spicy, $86.000.
#2 Kensington Palace Gardens, London – #107.000 (average price per square meter)
Located in West central London, this street, as you could imagine, is home to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. At number 17 lives the owner of the Chelsea Football Club, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich.
#1 Pollock’s Path, The Peak, Hong Kong – $120.000 (average price per square meter)
And this is #1 from our top list of the most expensive streets in the world. Pollock’s Path offers amazing views. Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour, they both look breathtaking. An apartment here can cost you $103 million, or $580 million.
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