It’s official: Eaton Square in exclusive Belgravia is now the most expensive street in England and Wales. According to recent research by Lloyds Bank, the average house price here is £16,944,000 compared with £16,918,000 in nearby Grosvenor Crescent, which was recorded as the most expensive street in Lloyds’ 2014 survey.
Eaton Square, with its glorious Grade II listed white stucco facades, was built by the Grosvenor family during the 19th century and has always been one of the most desirable addresses in London. The square currently offers a mixture of grand houses and apartments, overlooking a leafy private garden. Behind the grand houses on the square you will find a number of attractive mews streets, tucked away behind elegant white archways. Anyone buying or renting a mews property in Eaton Mews North, Eaton Mews South or Eaton Mews West can enjoy the same, desirable location without the price tag that has earned Eaton Square its title as the UK’s most expensive street.
If you would like to explore beautiful mews properties near Eaton Square and in similar neighbourhoods, call us at Lurot Brand to arrange a viewing.
Eaton Square, in the heart of London’s wealthy Belgravia district, is the most expensive street in England and Wales with an average house price of £16,944,000, according to the latest research