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The Daily Mail (we read it for amusement) recently published an article about the most expensive streets in Britain and surprise – the most expensive one is in London.

It’s a street so exclusive – you can’t even go down it for a stroll as it’s protected by diplomatic security services.

Property on Kensington Palace Gardens is so expensive – it costs £1,193 per square feet (about $1600).

Here’s a picture:

Source.

This cements London as the playground for international playboys and oligarchs.

Author: jonathan

Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.

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  1. I have to disagree, Jonathan; you CAN go down Kensington Palace Gardens for a stroll. Or at least, you could in October of last year.

    I accidentally stumbled upon it when I was looking for the actual Kensington Palace, and I, along with several other pedestrians, walked along the beautifully shaded sidewalks, marveling at the vast homes that are situated on that street.

    It was absolutely incredible. My jaw was on the ground the whole time, and I must have said, “Oh my God!” about a dozen times. What a way to get lost! 🙂 It was one of the nicest afternoons I’ve ever spent in London.

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