The most expensive street in Spain is actually a total of 50 kilometers of roads that are grouped in the direction of Coto de La Zagaleta. The extremely exclusive urbanization, in the Malaga town of Benahavís, comprises 900 hectares of mansions around two golf courses. And those that are for sale are offered, on average, for almost 10.8 million euros, according to data from Idealista. That is why the real estate portal considers it the most expensive street in Spain, in a classification that it periodically draws up and whose first positions are dominated by homes on the Costa del Sol, although other municipalities in Madrid or Mallorca also enter the top ten positions.
After La Zagaleta, the next two streets with the most expensive houses are in nearby Marbella. They are Mozart street and Osa Menor street 2G. Buying a property in the first, which is located in the Sierra Blanca area, involves an average outlay of more than 7.9 million, always according to the offer prices of the real estate portal. The second is cheaper, in comparison. The average amount there is close to 7.2 million.
Very close is the Camino de la Fuente, in Alcobendas (Madrid). It is a street in another exclusive urbanization: La Moraleja. And those who sell a house there ask for 6.9 million on average. In another Madrid town known for being the one with the highest average income in Spain, Pozuelo de Alarcón, is the Paseo de Los Lagos. With an average of 6.2 million per house, it occupies fifth place in the classification prepared by the portal. To go to the sixth most expensive street in Spain, you have to go back to Benahavís but to another urbanization located in the municipality of that town of 8,000 inhabitants. It is the Los Flamingos Golf Urbanization, which is willing to welcome new residents with an average outlay of close to 5.8 million.
Between seventh and ninth positions are Paseo del Conde de los Gaitanes, also in La Moraleja; the Paseo del Mar in Calvià, in the southwest of the island of Majorca, and the calle de Ámsterdam, again in Marbella. The three present average prices between 5.1 and 5.2 million euros. Lastly, the top 10 is closed, already below five million on average, by Riu Guadiana street (4.4 million) which is also located in Calvià.
In addition to Andalusia, Madrid and the Balearic Islands, five other autonomous communities have at least one street where the average asking price for a house exceeds one million euros. This is the case of Avenida Camí de Miralpeix in Sitges (Barcelona), which with almost 2.7 million is the most exclusive address in Catalonia. Very close, above 2.6 million, is Jazmines de Benitachell street (Alicante), which is the most expensive in the Valencian Community. For just over 1.7 million you could live in the most prohibitive address in the Canary Islands, which is Avenida Kurt Konrad Mayer in Adeje, on the island of Tenerife. And somewhat more accessible, although only suitable for large pockets, are Calle Castelar de Santander (1.4 million) and Avenida Zugazarte de Getxo (Bizkaia, 1.2 million), which are the ones with the most expensive homes in Cantabria and the Basque Country, respectively.
Over half a million are the most expensive streets in Aragon, Galicia, Murcia, Castilla y León and Asturias, which share the characteristic of being all located in provincial capitals. They are, respectively, Avenida de la Ilustración in Zaragoza (617,000 euros on average); Calle Riego de Agua in A Coruña (592,000 euros); the Gran Vía Escultor Francisco Salzillo de Murcia (584,000 euros); Calle Toro de Salamanca (526,000 euros); and Calle Uría de Oviedo (516,000 euros).
With more contained real estate markets, Avenida Madrid de Logroño is the most expensive in La Rioja: the average offer on the real estate portal is 466,000 euros. For its part, Avenida Sancho el Fuerte in Pamplona is the most expensive road in Navarra, since about 390,000 euros are requested for housing there. In Tinte de Albacete street, the most expensive in Castilla-La Mancha, the amount is close to 297,000 euros. And the most expensive street in Extremadura is Avenida Santa Marina de Badajoz, with 282,000 euros in the average offer.
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