Pollock’s Path, The Peak, Hong Kong: $120,000 /m2 – located in Hong Kong’s The Peak neighbourhood, is ranked the world’s most expensive street in a report compiled by Billionaire.com. l Source
Kensington Palace Gardens, London: $107,000 / m2 – street in west central London with some of the most expensive property in the world. It was the location of the London Cage, the British government MI19 centre used during the Second World War and the Cold War. A tree-lined avenue half a mile long in the heart of embassy land, Kensington Palace Gardens is often cited as the “most exclusive address” in London.
Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco: $86,000 / m2 – Monaco fills up with billionaires during the F1 Grand Prix each May, but many wealthy people live here year-round. The Avenue Princess Grace runs along the waterfront and is the most exclusive street in Monaco.
Boulevard du Général de Gaulle, Cap Ferrat, France: $79,000 / m2 – Situated along the Mediterranean Côte d’Azur, the exclusive Cap Ferrat peninsula is the world’s most expensive non-urban location. This street in particular is home to a number of sprawling beachfront villas. l Source
Paterson Hill, Singapore: $42,500 / m2 – is a calm residential cul-de-sac close to the Orchard Road Shopping Belt, known for its designer stores and Michelin-starred restaurants. The most expensive apartment building on this glitzy street is the Marq, which has a unit designed entirely by Hermes. l Source