1. Kensington Palace Gardens, W8
Average property value: £42,730,706
Annual growth: 12.11%
Kensington Palace Gardens, known as "Billionaires Row", is widely regarded as London's most exclusive address and connects Notting Hill Gate with Kensington High Street. Most of its current occupants are national embassies or ambassadorial residences, but the occasional private home does come up for sale...
2. The Boltons, SW10
Average property value: £30,288,586
Annual growth: -4.46%
Located in the Brompton district of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, The Boltons is divided into two crescents with large houses and communal gardens in the centre.
3. Grosvenor Crescent, SW1X
Average property value: £22,752,425
Annual growth: -4.12%
Grosvenor Crescent offers discreet luxury and an extremely central location, close to Belgrave Square and Hyde Park.
4. Courtenay Avenue, N6
Average property value: £19,609,231
Annual growth: 3.74%
One of north-west London's most exclusive gated private roads, leading directly to Kenwood House.
5. Ilchester Place, W14
Average property value: £13,718,746
Annual growth: 2.53%
Located at the southern end of Holland Park, Ilchester Place is a highly sought-after residential street on the doorstep of Kensington High Street.
6. Compton Avenue, London N6
Average property value: £12,049,363
Annual growth: 4.2%
In one of Islington's most desirable areas, Compton Avenue is close to Upper Street - among London's top streets for dining out and socialising.
7. Manresa Road, SW3
Average property value: £11,600,920
Annual growth: -5.88%
A quiet, well-known, tree-lined street with a friendly village atmosphere and easy access to the sophisticated shopping of King's Road.
8. Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W
Average property value: £11,321,413
Annual growth: -4.12%
Grosvenor Gardens is close to Victoria Tube station and not widely considered to be one of London's best addresses. However, an entire side of the street has been sold to be redeveloped as a hotel.
9. Cottesmore Gardens, W8
Average property value: £11,037,133
Annual growth: -0.45%
A quiet street in west London, Cottesmore Gardens offers a private school, and gentry and diplomats as neighbours.
10. Frognal Way, NW3
Average property value: £10,702,421
Annual growth: 5.42%
In the heart of Hampstead Village, the houses in Frognal Way, in styles ranging from neo-Georgian to South African Dutch, were largely built between 1924 and 1939 when the area became a magnet for architects and artists.