Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in the world
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Did you ever think about the most expensive streets in the world to live? What will it cost for a wonderland where you can make your dream come true? Just make some wild guess and then look into the top ten expensive streets in the world to live. Below is a list of ten most expensive streets in the world to own an apartment. This list is based on a survey by the Wealth Bulletin which was published in early August 2009. Hope when i get out of debt, i will go travel insurance and will go to all these places.
1. Avenue Princess Grace, Monaco
Price: $17,750 (INR 8,52,000) per square feet.
Monaco is well known for its luxury and also known as the home for party-friendly billionaires. Avenue Princess Grace, Monte Carlo always offers something for everyone. What all you want is here, there is the casino, the stunning sceneries, the Formula 1 Grand Prix and what more, plenty of sunshine all year round. Monaco has one of the best yacht harbours in the world.
2. Severn Road, Hong Kong
Price: $11,200 (INR 5,37,000) per square feet.Hong Kong, a former British colony is one of the world most advanced countries in the world is a very attractive destination for holidays as well. The Severn Road is one of the top streets in Hong Kong as well as in the world. The City offers a variety of exciting experiences to visitors from all around the world. You can enjoy the nearby islands, lovely beaches and yes, the Disney is not too far away.
3. Fifth Avenue, New York City
Price: $7,500 (INR 3,60,000) per square feet.
Fifth Avenue, New York itself is a unique iconic symbol. Fifth Avenue serves as a symbol of wealthy New York and is consistently ranked as one of the most expensive streets in the world. It is one of the premier shopping streets in the world. It will cost you $7500 per sq.ft.to own a home in one of the most vibrant cities in the world. You can find anything in the world you want in this city. Great food, pleasure shopping and not to forget a lot of entertainment too on offer.
4. Kensington Palace Gardens, London
Price: $7,196 (INR 3,45,000) per square feet.
Kensington PalaceGardens is a street in west central London which contains some of the grandest and most expensive houses in the world. It was the location of the London Cage, the British government MI9 centre used during the Second World War and the Cold War. It has long been known as "Billionaires Row". Indian billionaire, Laxmi Mithal resides in this very street. We love London as just that we love London’s vibrancy and what the city can offer residents. There is never a dull moment other than the weather plays a spoilsport. It’s the city that never sleeps for sure.
5. Avenue Montaigne, Paris
Price: $5,076 (INR 2,43,000) per square feet.Avenue Montaigne boasts numerous stores specialising in high fashion, such as Dior, Chanel, Valentino and Ralph Lauren, as well as jewellers like Bulgari and other high-class establishments such as the Plaza Athénée hotel. The city of romance has the EiffelTower, with great views from the top. You can also have a boat trip on the river Seine. Again, It is one of the premier shopping streets in the world.
6. Ostozhenka, Moscow
Price: $3,738 (INR 1,79,000) per square feet.
Seeing Moscow in this is actually a surprise for everyone. Especially since it outranked Beverly Hills and Sydney, which known to be very expensive. Ostozhenka, Moscow clocked in with $3,738 per sq.ft. Ostozhenka is well known for its tradition and class, and also it is a very pleasant place for shopping and dining. Many of Russia’s rapidly growing number of billionaires have apartments on the street, which runs along the Moscow River.
7. Via Suvretta, St. Moritz, Switzerland
Price: $3,551 (INR 1,70,000) per square feet.
St. Moritz is considered the oldest and one of the most famous winter resorts in the world. Due to its favorable location, residents enjoy over 300 days of sunshine a year. Every winter this alpine village hosts the "White Turf" horse race on the frozen LakeSt. Moritz attended by the international Upper class people. Many prominent billionaires have holiday homes here, including Lakshmi Mittal and the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. You can have pastimes which include skiing and hiking. Via Suvretta is one of the ancient but modern streets in St. Moritz.
8. Carolwood Drive, Beverly Hills
Price: $2,803 (INR 1,34,500) per square feet.Beverly Hills is a city in the western part of Los Angeles County, California, United States. Beverly Hills and the neighboring city of West Hollywood are together entirely surrounded by the city of Los Angeles. Carolwood Drive, Beverly Hills is home to countless Hollywood celebrities and the wealthy.
9. Wolseley Road, Sydney
Price: $2,616 (INR 1,25,500) per square feet.Wolseley Road is the most expensive residential street in Australia and it stands as Australia's ultimate address, with 16 of the top 100 most expensive houses in Sydney being located on this street. Sydney is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflected as a major destination for immigrants to Australia. Property on Wolseley Road got boosted by a very strong Australian dollar in recent months that has appreciated around 20% against the US dollar since the beginning of the year.
10. Altamount Road, Mumbai
Price: $2,336 (INR 1,12,000) per square feet.
Hey hey, Who said India is a 3rd world country? Mumbai clocks in at 10th place. The Indians have certainly busted their behinds in the race of world domination and consequently built and grown some impressive cities. Mumbai is a perfect example of that. Altamount Road is a residential street in South Mumbai, parallel to Peddar Road which it meets at the well-known intersection called Kemp's Corner. Altamount Road is a very affluent area, and also home to several Bollywood stars. If you want to buy real estate in Mumbai, you are looking at around $2,336per sq.ft.