A new study has revealed the most expensive street names in Britain.
According to the survey by Zoopla, the most expensive houses in the country are found on streets called 'Warren' or 'Chase'.
The study, carried out across more than 28 million UK homes, also found the cheapest houses are found on roads called 'Street', 'Court' and 'Terrace'.
So, where does your road fit it? Here are the 15 most expensive street names in the UK:
Up there at the top are home addresses ending in Warren.
These roads tend to be studded with properties worth, on average, £607,267 - double the average British house price at £290,867!
Great news if your street name also ends in Mount, Path, Park, End, Green, Way, Hill and Lane as these elite addresses conclude the top 10 most expensive street names in Britain.
However, if you live on a popular road ending in Street, then the properties are said to be worth on average
£184,722, almost £100,000 less than the UK average. Court and Terrace only marginally exceed this value.
It also seems a sprinkling of royal dust can add value to your home. Streets with King, Queen or Elizabeth in their name all contain properties worth more than the UK's average.
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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