The most expensive streets in Gateshead with property values up to £750,000

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They are the 10 most expensive streets in Gateshead where houses have a value of up to £750,000.

It has been drawn up property website Zoopla for its annual rich rich list.

At the top in Gateshead with the highest value of £750,000 is Durham Road, according to Zoopla.

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It is followed by Kellfield Avenue at £620,000 and Heathfield Place at £482,000, both in the Low Fell suburb of Gateshead.



Lyndhurst Grove is one of Gateshead’s most expensive streets

It will come as no surprise to people who know the area that many of the remaining streets are also found in Low Fell, an upmarket area of Gateshead.

Across the UK, Kensington Palace Gardens holds the title as the priciest road in Britain for the 13th consecutive year, with an average property price of £29,898,000.

Arguably the most exclusive address in London, it is well known for its embassies, diplomatic residences and billionaire residents, including Roman Abramovich, and counts Kensington Palace – and with it The Cambridges – amongst its neighbours.

In second place for the third consecutive year is Courtenay Avenue in Highgate. Home to an average property value of £19,440,000, it is located on the edge of leafy Hampstead Heath, just a stone’s throw from Kenwood House.

Grosvenor Crescent located in Belgravia, and just a short stroll from Buckingham Palace Gardens, ranks in third place with an average property price of £17,212,000.

Here are Gateshead ‘s most expensive streets and their property value according to Zoopla

1. Durham Road – £750,000

2. Kellfield Avenue – £620,000

3. Heathfield Place – £482,000

4. Lyndhurst Drive – £451,000

5. Belle Vue Terrace – £398,000

6. Littledene – £392,000

7. Saltwell Gardens – £388,000

8. Earls Dene – £384,000

9. Lyndhurst Grove – £373,000

10. Valley Drive – £371,000

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