The streets where homes cost on average more than £1,000,000
Here we look at 11 streets in Brighton and Hove where the average price of a home is more than £1,000,000, according to Zoopla.
Known as Millionaire Row, the average property value is £2,531,452. The likes of Fatboy Slim, Adele, and David Walliams have all lived here. This road is characterised by its early 19th century stucco-clad terraced houses and villas. The average price of a home here is £2,193,336. With uninterrupted sea views and overlooking Brighton Marina, a home on this road will set you back on average £2,095,798. This road has a mix of large modern homes and easy access to the countryside. An average home in this road costs £1,936,350. This tree-lined road runs parallel to Dyke Road and sits in a conservation area. The average price of a home here is £1,758,835. This dead-end road off Dyke Road has easy access out of town. A property here will cost on average £1,686,280. This road's claim to fame is one of the properties was featured on Channel 4s Grand Designs. A home here costs on average £1,598,951. This wide road lies opposite Hove Museum and Art Gallery and sits in a conservation area. A home here costs on average £1,567,127. This area originally developed as a quasi-rural hamlet for well-to-do Edwardians. The average cost of a home here is £1,440,962. Properties cost on ave £1,389,995. The crescent circles Barford Court, created by cinema architect Robert Cromie for an iron industry tycoon. This crescent shaped terrace of seafront houses in Kemptown date back to late 18th/early 19th century. A home costs on average £1,284,549.