The Most Expensive Streets in the World

Sloane | November 25, 2013

When normal people look for a home or apartment they check out sites like Craigslist and ApartmentFinder. Non-celebrities look for homes and condos located near the right school system, with updated appliances, or at the very least, a functioning door lock. When celebrities need to find a new home or apartment they contact the top brokers in the business and spare no expense when it comes to finding high quality and high price real estate. For many celebrities and millionaires, it’s not just about the home, but about the street as well, they want to make sure their address turns heads. The following streets are the most expensive per square meter in the world: 

Paterson Hill, Singapore: $42,500 per square meter

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Pictured: Paterson Hill neighborhood

Paterson Hill is a calm neighborhood in a residential cul-de-sac in Singapore. The street is located close to the Orchard Road Shopping Belt and is in close proximity to designer stores and Michelin-starred restaurants. The most expensive apartment building on the ritzy street is the Marq, which has a unit designed by Hermès. Famous residents include former Miss Singapore Rachel Kum and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.

Boulevard du Général de Gaulle, Cap Ferrat, France: $79,000 per square meter

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Pictured: Boulevard du Général de Gaulle

Pictured: Located along the Mediterranean Côte d’Azur is the world’s most expensive non-urban location: Cap Ferrat peninsula. The street is home to many sprawling mansions with incredible vistas. Celebrities such as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Paul Allen, and Charlie Chaplin have had or still have homes on this expensive street.

Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco: $86,000 per square meter


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Pictured: Avenue Grace Princesse

Just 15 kilometers from Cap Ferrat is Avenue Princesse Grace in Monaco. The tiny municipality hosts an annual boat show and the F1 Grand Prix and is a mecca for billionaires from all over the world. Property prices on the seaside Avenue Princesse Grace go up to $135,000 per square meter during peak season and famous residents include Roger Moore, Andrea Bocelli, Lewis Hamilton and Helena Christensen.

Kensington Palace Gardens, London: $107,000 per square meter

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Pictured: Kensington Palace Gardens

Kensington Palace Gardens, London is known as London’s “billionaires’ row” for a reason. The average price per square meter on this lovely tree lined street go for $107,000 and above. Famous residents include the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (and Prince George), Roman Abramovich, Tamara Ecclestone and Lakshmi Mittal.

Pollock’s Path, The Peak, Hong Kong: $120,000 per square meter

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Pictured: Pollock’s Path

Pollock’s Path is located on top of a mountain that has always been home to Hong Kong’s wealthiest businessmen and women. The world’s most expensive street boasts incredible views of the Hong Kong skyline and harbor. The plush location even broke Hong Kong real estate records when an apartment at the Sky High complex sold for a record breaking $103 million. The street is home to many executives including the heads of HSBC and actor Stephen Chow.


About the Author

Written by Sloane

Before joining, Sloane worked as a freelance writer and illustrator for a variety of clients. She attended University of Missouri where she majored in English. Her work has been published in literary magazines, newspapers, and textbooks. She currently resides in Miami, Florida. You can learn more about me on Google +

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