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How close do you live to Britain's most expensive streets?

More than 40,000 new property millionaires have been created across Britain this year so far amid rising house prices.

Kensington Palace Gardens Credit: Google Street View

In total, some 660,900 homes across the country are now estimated to be worth at least "1 million - an increase of more than 40,800 since January - according to property website, Zoopla.

Nestled in the W8 postcode of London and within easy reach of both Kensington and Notting Hill, Kensington Palace Gardens, with its imposing mansions, was identified as Britain's most expensive street.

An average home in the road, which has previously been nicknamed "the boulevard of billionaires," will set a buyer back £38.26 million.

The Boltons, in the SW10 postcode was found to be the second most expensive street. A home in The Boltons is worth £33.31 million typically.

Here are Britain's most expensive streets, with the postcode and the average property value, according to Zoopla:

  • 1. Kensington Palace Gardens, W8, £38,266,143
  • 2. The Boltons, SW10, £33,314,108
  • 3. Grosvenor Crescent, SW1X, £21,635,151
  • 4. Courtenay Avenue, N6, £19,000,018
  • 5. Manresa Road, SW3, £13,281,914
  • 6. Compton Avenue, N6, £13,212,238
  • 7. Frognal Way, NW3, £12,797,040
  • 8. Ilchester Place, W14, £12,774,204
  • 9. Cottesmore Gardens, W8, £10,816,448
  • 10. Chester Square, SW1W, £10,635,410