What are the world’s most exclusive streets?
Billionaire.com together with Savills have complied a list and in Sydney Point Piper’s Wolseley Road happens to be number six on the list.
But be warned…
If you’re thinking about buying a property on one of these exclusive streets, chances are you’ll be in for a long wait, properties don’t turn over often.
Here’s the 10 most exclusive streets in the world:
1. Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
Peak Road, located at the very top of Victoria Peak in Hong Kong, is the world’s most expensive street.
The average price: US$114,000 per square metre
2. Upper Fifth Avenue, New York
With the reputation as Manhattan’s ‘Millionaire’s Row’ this iconic avenue has some of the most important and luxurious buildings in the Big Apple, with unparalleled views over Central Park.
Average price: US$108,000 per square metre
3. Knightsbridge, London
Average price: US$103,000 per square metre
4. Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco
Average price: US$100,000 per square metre
5. Chemin du Sémaphore, Cap Ferrat, France
The exclusive peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, was once the playground of Belgian royalty.
Now this area is known for its magnificent and enormous villas owned by billionaires and tycoons, including the co-founder of Microsoft Paul Allen and late Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky.
Average price: US$67,000 per square metre
6. Wolseley Road, Point Piper, Australia
After a couple of quiet years with almost no sales, the confidence has returned to Australia’s most exclusive kilometre.
Wolseley Road is the undisputed champion of Sydney’s Point Piper peninsula, where mansions can sell for as much as US$44,000 a square metre.
Several of Sydney’s largest sales last year were on Wolseley Road, including number 130, which reportedly sold for A$30 million and number 113, which reportedly sold for A$38 million.
Villa del Mare (pictured below) at 63-67 Wolseley Road, the former home of recruitment tycoon Julia Ross, was sold last October for A$37 million, while number 112, the home of accused murderer Ron Medich and his estranged wife Odetta, also sold for A$37 million according to reports.
Source: Google Maps
7. Quai d’Orléans, Paris, France
Quai d’Orléans was once the home of Brigitte Bardot and Roger Vadim, and today it is the most expensive street in Paris.
Average price: US$41,000 per square metre
8. Avenue des Palmiers, Les Parcs de Saint-Tropez, France
Average price: US$39,000 per square metre.
9. Molochnyy Pereulok, Moscow
Average price: US$30,500 per square metre
10. Ardmore Park, Singapore
Average price: US$24,000 per square metre
In April, one of the founders of Alibaba Group reportedly bought a S$51 million penthouse on Ardmore Park, an exclusive enclave close to Orchard Road.
The duplex apartment in the Le Nouvel development, set a price record for Singapore, at S$40,000 per square foot.
Read more at Billionaire.com
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