If you are looking for exclusive homes then Málaga, the Balearic Islands and Madrid force you to scratch your pockets more than anywhere else. According to a list prepared by the Idealista portal and published this Wednesday, the most expensive streets in Spain, with an average figure of 10 million euros in real estate advertisements, are distributed among these provinces. In the ten most expensive, no drop of 6 million.
The first place goes to the houses in the Coto Zagaleta de Benhavis in Málaga. Homes in the streets of this private urbanization sell for an average of 9.95 million euros. This is a significant jump from last year’s $7.042 million, when it was the second most expensive. It climbs to the top after stealing the throne from St. Carles Street in Calvik, second place with 9.45 million euros, a significant increase from the previous 7.043 million. Growth is a general trend.
The podium is completed by the Camino del Sur street in La Moraleja Urbanization, with an average of 8.43 million euros and which did not enter the top ten last year. El Camino del Golf is, of the same urbanization, the fourth most expensive with 7.11 million. Back to Benahvis, another new entry on the list, the A-397 road has an average price of 7.01 million.
The rest of the list is completed by the Paseo de la Marquesa Vida Aldama in La Moraleja (6.92 million); Portals Wells Avenue in Calvià (6.77 million); Pagel Street in Andratex (Balearic Islands, 6.68 million); Paseo de los Lagos in Binicoubel Street (6.55 million) and Pozuelo de Alarcón (6.22 million) in Palma.
The most expensive in Catalonia, Sant Andreu de Llavaneres . In
As was the case last year, Catalan roads are not visible. The most expensive in any case is an old acquaintance, the Avenida Supémarasme in Sant André de Llavanres, with an average of 4.702 million euros in sales.
Streets worth more than a million euros are also seen in the Valencian community (Franz Josef Hayden, 3.4 million in Javia); Canarias (3.32 million on Calle Alcojora in Santa Cruz de Tenerife); Euskadi (1.7 million on Calle Zubieta in San Sebastian), Galicia (1.6 million on Calle Arquitecto Antonio Cominges in Vigo) and Cantabria (average 1.39 million on Calle Castlar in Santander).
The lanes which had at least 10 advertisements of all types of accommodation have been taken into account for expanding the list.