It’s no secret that buying a property in London can ring up a huge bill.

The average London house price stands at £653,965 in September 2020, according to Zoopla. For most of us, this is way too expensive, but for others this is a mere drop in the ocean.

For the wealthy among us, their price range is higher than most – way higher.

While we can all guess some of the luxury areas that the rich and famous like to call home, it’s interesting to note exactly where is the most expensive.

Postcodes SW6 in Fulham and NW3 that covers Hampstead, Chalk Farm, Primrose Hill, are prime London’s top spots for £1 million plus property sales so far this year.

When it comes to the absolute pinnacle of prime London property, Chelsea’s SW3 postcode has seen the most transactions so far this year, with nine other postcodes seeing property sales complete over this price threshold.

Houses went for a whopping £15 million.

But again, this pales in comparison to the N2 postcode which saw sales of £23,500,000. The postcode covers Hampstead, Highgate, Barnet and Haringey.


Take a look at the full breakdown below.

The most exclusive London postcodes

1. N2 – Hampstead, Highgate, Barnet and Haringey – £23,500,000

2. W11 – Kensington, Notting Hill and Holland Park – £20,000,000

3. SW1W – Knightsbridge and Belgravia – £18,400,000

4. W1K – Mayfair and St James’s – £17,500,000

5. NW8 – St John’s Wood, Regents Park and Primrose Hill – £15,396,500

6. SW3 – Chelsea – £15,000,000

7. W2 – Bayswater and Maida Vale – £13,000,000

8. W8 – Kensington, Notting Hill and Holland Park – £12,750,000


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