Published: 11:31, 05 October 2021
| Updated: 13:07, 05 October 2021
Sevenoaks is third in a league table of towns outside of London with the most number of streets where all the properties top £1m.
The figures have been released by online property sales company Zoopla which says that across the county there are 11,673 streets where the average price of the houses exceeds £1m.
Sevenoaks has 133 millionaire's rows, coming just behind Reading in Berkshire with 137.
The single most expensive street to live in Sevenoaks is Philippines Shaw, where the average house price is £4.228m.
Guildford in Surrey is seemingly the most expensive place to live outside the capital, with 176 streets where every house is valued at over £1m.
London, of course is in a class of its own, with 4,544 streets where each property costs over £1m.
For the 13th consecutive year, the single most expensive address to live in the country is Kensington Place Gardens, where the average property price is a shade under £30m.
It is home to a number of embassies, diplomatic residences and billionaire residents, including Roman Abramovich, and counts the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Kensington Palace as near neighbours.
In second place for the third consecutive year is Courtenay Avenue in Highgate with an average property value of £19,440,000.
It is located on the edge of leafy Hampstead Heath, just a stone’s throw from Kenwood House.
Grosvenor Crescent in Belgravia, a short stroll from Buckingham Palace Gardens, ranks third with an average property price of £17,212,000.
Outside of London, Titlark Hill in Ascot, Berkshire, leads the pack, where the average property price is £8,410,000.
Although London remains the most expensive, some places are on the way up.
Broadway in Altrincham, in Greater Manchester now sees homes change hands for an average of £3.3m - allegedly because the area has become popular with Premiership football players.
Even Essex now has Coopersale Street in Epping where the average property price is £2,925,000.
Grainne Gilmore, head of research at Zoopla, said: “London comes top, but the wider commuter zone in the South East is also home to some of the highest-value addresses."
The South East now has 4,336 streets full of million pound homes.
By contrast Yorkshire has only 55, the North East only 41, and poor old Wales only nine.