The most expensive streets of Southeast London according to Zoopla

Data has revealed which streets are the most expensive in south-east London.

This is because the average detached property in the area is estimated to cost around £ 1,078,356.

Some properties in the more expensive streets can sell for more than £ 3,000,000.

Zoopla data shows where the most expensive streets in south-east London are and what it would cost to buy a home there.

Here are the five most expensive streets in and around south-east London, according to Zoopla’s ‘Zed Index’ estimates (average property value).

Alleyn Road, SE21

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According to Zoopla, the average price for property on Alleyn Road in December 2021 stood at £ 3,142,737.

This is an increase of 1.94 percent in the last three months (since September 2021) and rise of 5.90 percent since 12 months ago.

In terms of property types, flats in Alleyn Road are selling for an average of £ 448,847 and terraced houses for £ 936,335. This is according to current Zoopla estimates.

Parkgate, SE3

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According to Zoopla, the average price for property in Parkgate in December 2021 stood at £ 3,059,070.

This is an increase of 1.81 percent in the last three months (since September 2021) and rise of 4.76 percent since 12 months ago.

In terms of property types, apartments in Parkgate are selling for an average of £ 470,662 and terrace houses for £ 643,823. This is according to current Zoopla estimates.

Burbage Road, SE21

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According to Zoopla, the average price for property in Burbage Road in December 2021 stood at £ 3,059,070.

This is an increase of 1.94 percent in the last three months (since September 2021) and rise of 5.90 percent since 12 months ago.

In terms of property types, flats in Burbage Road are selling for an average of £ 448,847 and terraced houses for £ 2,634,916. This is according to current Zoopla estimates.

Court Lane Gardens, SE21

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According to Zoopla, the average price for property in Court Lane Gardens in December 2021 stood at £ 2,960,924.

This is an increase of 1.94 percent in the last three months (since September 2021) and rise of 5.90 percent since 12 months ago.

In terms of property types, flats in Court Lane Gardens are selling for an average of £ 448,847 and terrace houses for £ 936,335. This is according to current Zoopla estimates.

Holland Street, SE1

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According to Zoopla, the average price for a property on Holland Street in December 2021 was £ 2,902,432.

This is an increase of 2.09 percent in the last three months (since September 2021) and rise of 6.81 percent since 12 months ago.

In terms of property types, flats in Holland Street are selling for an average of £ 2,902,432 and terrace houses for £ 911,005. This is according to current Zoopla estimates.

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