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World’s Most Expensive 10 Streets

by MrYogi on 24/09/11 at 8:42 am

In August of 2009, the "Wealth Bulletin" published a List of the 10 Most Expensive Streets in the World.
Take a stroll through the World’s Toniest Addresses and get a feel for what it would be like to live on one of the Costliest Streets in the World.

1. Avenue Princess Grace, Monaco

Average cost per square foot: $17,750

Named after true-life fairy tale princess Grace Kelly, Avenue Princess Grace is set in one of the most famous billionaire playgrounds in the world. Whether you are an oil baron looking for some casino action or Formula 1 Grand Prix racing, or an heiress looking for a sunny place to moor your yacht, Monaco is the place and Avenue Princess Grace is the address.

2. Severn Road, Hong Kong

Average cost per square foot: $11,200

The most expensive street in this vibrant location that was once a part of the British Empire, Severn Street is the pinnacle of luxury in one of the most luxurious places in the world. Hong Kong offers many attractions for visitors and guests, ranging from beautiful beaches to the arts to Hong Kong’s unique interpretation of Disney. If you are lucky enough to own a property on the Severn Road, you could sell your property and bag yourself over $11,000 per square foot.

3. Fifth Avenue, New York City
Average cost per square foot: $7,500

The most glamorous street in the city that never sleeps is still some of the priciest real estate in the world. For the billionaire who still believes that there’s really no other place to be but New York City, Fifth Avenue is the only place to live. Virtually anything in the world can be found somewhere in the city, night or day. Shopping, food from celebrity chefs, cultural events and the cream of the entertainment world are all just a short limousine ride from your Fifth Avenue apartment.

4. Kensington Palace Gardens, London
Average cost per square foot: $7,196

Lined with grand mansions, London’s famous “Billionaires Row” resembles a street from a fairy tale. Located in west central London, Kensington Palace Gardens combines the excitement of the classiest English-speaking city in the world with the luxury of a secluded estate. London is definitely one of the most thrilling cities in the world to live in, and Kensington Place Gardens is the most luxurious address in London this side of Buckingham Palace

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