Exclusive addresses: the 10 most expensive streets in Spain

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SPAIN’S elite addresses boast prime locations and eye watering house prices.

A new study by property portal Idealista identifies the 10 streets in the country with the most expensive homes.

Average property prices on Spain’s poshest roads range from the €6.7 million mark for the most exclusive to a relatively economical €4.6 million.

The priciest street of all according to Idealista is the Coto Zagaleta in Benahavis in Malaga. Buying a typical villa there does not leave much change out of €6.8 million.

Coming in at second in the exclusive road rankings is Avenida del Tibidabo in Barcelona, where properties are just a tad more costly than in Marquesa Viuda de Aldama in the La Moraleja area of Madrid.

Investing in bricks and mortar in Camino del Sur and Camino Ancho, also in La Moraleja, will set house buyers back more than €5 million, while Avenida Pedralbes in Barcelona is a little bit cheaper.

Two streets in Marbella are ranked in seventh and eighth positions: Calle Mozart and Calle Rossini.

Avenida Rocaferrra in the Catalan capital is the ninth most elite street.

Closing the list is Avenida Portals Vells in Calvia in Mallorca.

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Cathy Elelman

Cathy Elelman is the local writer for the Costa de Almeria edition of the Euro Weekly News.

Based in Mojacar for the last 21 years, Cathy is very much part of the local community and is always well and truly up on all the latest news and events going on in this region of Spain.

Her top goals are to do the best job she can informing the local English-speaking community, visitors to the area and the wider world about about the news in Almeria, to learn something new every day, and to embrace very new challenge this fast-changing world brings her way.

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