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Region's most expensive streets
A Leicestershire street is the most expensive in the East Midlands, a survey by a property website has found.

The Ridgeway in Rothley has an average house price of 1.18m, research conducted by mouseprice.com revealed.

Beeston Fields Drive in Beeston, Nottingham was listed as the next most costly street with a 1.04m price tag.

Kensington and Chelsea topped the survey with the lowest average property prices being found in Wales and the North East of England.

Region's top 10 expensive streets
1. The Ridgeway, Rothley, Leics - 1.18m
2. Beeston Fields Drive, Beeston, Notts - 1.04m
3. Warren Hill, Newtown Linford, Leics - 920,040
4. Knights Hill, Naseby, Northants - 889,683
5. Gartree Road, Leicester - 777,160
6. Claybrooke Court, Lutterworth, Leics - 772,200
7. Home Farm Close, Rutland - 733,900
8. Adams Hill, Nottingham - 724, 460
9. Oxton Hill, Oxton, Notts - 714,500
10. Riddings Lane, Curbar, Derbys - 708,071
Source: mouseprice.com from Land Registry, from April 2000

In a list of the top 20 most expensive streets in the East Midlands, 11 were in Leicestershire, four in Northamptonshire, three in Nottinghamshire, two in Derbyshire with none being found in Lincolnshire.

Every street in the top 100 most expensive in the region had an average value of more than 500,000.

The East Midlands was home to the 13th and 16th top street in the national list.

The survey was based on Land Registry sale price statistics that were updated with details from estate agents.




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