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The Bishops Avenue named second most expensive street in England and Wales

16:17 03 January 2014

Royal Mansion, in The Bishops Avenue, is worth £41million. Picture: Polly Hancock.

Royal Mansion, in The Bishops Avenue, is worth £41million. Picture: Polly Hancock.

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The Bishops Avenue has been named the second most expensive street in England and Wales.

Research from Lloyds Bank has revealed the mile-long road, dubbed Billionaires Row, which runs from the north side of Hampstead Heath to East Finchley, has an average house price of £6.2million.

It makes it the most expensive street outside central London behind only Egerton Crescent in South Kensington which has an average house price of £7.3million.

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