Kensington Palace Gardens in West London, known as ‘Billionaires’ Boulevard’, is the most expensive street in England, with average home prices estimated at an eye watering £33 million ($41 million).
A new report by online real estate platform Zoopla confirmed the street in Kensington as the priciest in the country despite a slump in house prices due to the political and economic uncertainty.
Prices in the half mile strip fell 7.24% over the past year – a £2.8 million price cut.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, are arguably the most famous residents of the street, with their 20-room and four-storey home at Apartment 1A.
But neighbors include Russian billionaire and owner of Warner Music Group Len Blavatnik – 59th of Forbes’ 2019 billionaires list with a $19 billion net worth, who in 2004 bought a 13-bedroom (and nine bathroom) house on the street for £41m. Blavatnik extensively refurbished the property, which is now worth an estimated £200 million – one of the most expensive in the world.