Research by Lloyds Bank has showed that London’s Eaton Square is the most expensive place to buy a home in Britain, with an average price of £17m.
The BBC reported that Eaton Square, which was built in the 19th Century around a private garden, made it to the top of the property stack based on recorded land registry prices.
It is one of three squares developed by the Grosvenor family following the end of the Napoleonic wars and the conversion of Buckingham House into a palace for King George IV.
Among the homes in the area is a £55m seven-bedroom terrace, complete with a winter garden and retractable glass ceiling, which was the most-viewed home on online property website Rightmove in 2016.
The townhouse, which is listed with Knight Frank, also comes with a swimming pool, six bathrooms and a double garage.