Million pound properties aren't just confined to London and its environs. Zoopla's 2017 Rich List has uncovered the most expensive streets across the top 10 counties* in Britain.

Four-bedroom flat in Vicarage Gate, London, for £13.45m

1. County: GREATER LONDON

Most expensive street: Kensington Palace Gardens, London

Average property value there: £35,696,711

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Four-bedroom flat in Vicarage Gate, London, for £13.45m

Top fact: Dubbed Billionaires Row, residents of this tree-lined avenue which backs on to Kensington Palace, include Chelsea FC owner, Roman Abramovich, and Formula One heiress, Tamara Ecclestone.

Average county value: £677,524

Five-bedroom detached house in Lady Byron Lane, Knowle, Solihull, POA

2. County: WEST MIDLANDS

Most expensive Street: Lovelace Avenue, Solihull

Average property value there: £2,125,724

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Five-bedroom detached house in Lady Byron Lane, Knowle, Solihull, POA

Top fact:
Lovelace Avenue is a private, no-through road, making it an attractive proposition for wealthy homeowners. It's also a very convenient location, with the M42 close by.

Average county value:
£204,130

Five-bedroom detached house in Hawley Drive, Hale Barns, Altrincham for £1.2m

3. County: GREATER MANCHESTER

Most expensive Street: Broadway, Hale Barns, Altrincham

Average property value there: £2,879,572

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Five-bedroom detached house in Hawley Drive, Hale Barns, Altrincham for £1.2m

Top fact: Hale Barns was originally an agricultural village. It’s now a popular commuter hub due to its proximity to the M56 and Manchester Airport.

Average county value: £189,568

Four-bedroom cottage in Woodlea Court, Shadwell, Leeds for £429,950

4. County: WEST YORKSHIRE

Most expensive Street: Roundhay Park Lane, Leeds

Average property value there: £1,731,040

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Four-bedroom cottage in Woodlea Court, Shadwell, Leeds for £429,950

Top fact: The street shares its name with nearby Roundhay Park which boasts 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland and gardens and is home to the UK's largest collection of tropical plants after Kew Gardens.

Average county value: £181,225

Three-bedroom detached house in Dock Lane, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, for £1.8m

5. County: HAMPSHIRE

Most expensive Street: Dock Lane, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst

Average property value there: £3,247,728

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Three-bedroom detached house in Dock Lane, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, for £1.8m

Top fact: Beaulieu is best known as the home of the British National Motor Museum and Beaulieu Palace House. The latter is a 13th century house that sits in the grounds of Beaulieu Abbey and is said to be haunted.

Average county value: £358,515

Four-bedroom detached house in Toys Hill, Westerham, Kent for £1.3m

6. County: KENT

Most expensive street: Phillippines Shaw, Ide Hill, Sevenoaks

Average property value there: £4,013,587

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Four-bedroom detached house in Toys Hill, Westerham, Kent for £1.3m

Top fact:
Phillippines Shaw is home to Emmetts Garden, a six-acre Edwardian estate owned by the National Trust. It’s one of the highest points in Kent and offers spectacular views towards the North Downs.

Average county value:
£336,225

Seven-bedroom detached house in Wickham Hall Lane, Wickham Bishops, Witham, for £1.35m

7. County: ESSEX

Most expensive Street: Mope Lane, Witham

Average property value there: £2,723,426

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Seven-bedroom detached house in Wickham Hall Lane, Wickham Bishops, Witham, for £1.35m

Top fact: Wickham – which has a cricketing heritage – is an idyllic commuter’s haven with direct trains to London Liverpool Street taking less an hour.

Average county value: £362,738

Five-bedroom detached house in Sandy Lane, Brindle, Chorley, for £1.15m

8. County: LANCASHIRE

Most expensive street: Hillhouse Lane, Chorley

Average property value there: £1,158,931

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Five-bedroom detached house in Sandy Lane, Brindle, Chorley, for £1.15m

Top fact:
Hillhouse Lane is sandwiched conveniently between Preston and Blackburn and well-placed for the M65, which leads to the M6.

Average county value: £163,707

Five-bedroom detached house in Shireburn Road, Freshfield, Liverpool, for £1.7m

9. County: MERSEYSIDE

Most expensive Street: Shireburn Road, Liverpool

Average property value there: £1,595,531

What's for sale nearby: (Above) Five-bedroom detached house in Shireburn Road, Freshfield, Liverpool, for £1.7m

Top fact: A short stroll from Shireburn Road puts you in 210 hectares of National Trust protected land and beaches – it’s one of the few places in England where the Red Squirrel has survived.

Average county value: £161,528

Four-bedroom detached house in Moorland Place, Silkstone Common, Barnsley, for £650,000

10. County: SOUTH YORKSHIRE

Most expensive Street: Barnsley Road, Silkstone, Barnsley

Average property value there: £974,724

What's for sale nearby: Four-bedroom detached house in Moorland Place, Silkstone Common, Barnsley, for £650,000

Top fact: Barnsley road runs from the village of Dodworth to the market town of Penistone, passing by Silkstone in the foothills of the Pennines.

Average county value: £163,700

Richest streets in Britain's top 10 counties 

County

Population

Richest Street

Average value

Greater London

8,778,500

Kensington Palace Gardens, London

£35,696,711

West Midlands

2,864,900

Lovelace Avenue, Solihull

£2,125,724

Greater Manchester

2,782,100

Broadway, Altrincham

£2,879,572

West Yorkshire

2,299,700

Roundhay Park Lane, Leeds

£1,731,040

Hampshire

1,829,500

Dock Lane, Brockenhurst

£3,247,728

Kent

1,820,400

Phillippines Shaw, Tunbridge Wells

£4,013,587

Essex

1,802,200

Mope Lane, Witham

£2,723,426

Lancashire

1,485,000

Hillhouse Lane, Chorley

£1,158,931

Merseyside

1,406,400

Shireburn Road, Liverpool

£1,595,531

South Yorkshire

1,385,000

Barnsley Road, Barnsley

£974,724

* Top 10 counties by population size.

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