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Sunday, August 30, 2020

The most expensive street in the Canary Islands, with an average property price of 2.2 million euros, is in the south of Tenerife

Costa Adeje Marc Ryckaert / CC BY-SA

Calle Samarín, in the southern municipality of Adeje, is the most expensive in the Canary Islands, with an average house price of 2.2 million euros, according to a study by Idealista.

In Spain, Calle Mozart in Marbella and the streets of the Coto Zagaleta urbanization in Benahavís, both in Malaga, are the most expensive streets. In the former street in Marbella, the owners ask for more than 8.4 million euros for one of their luxurious homes, while in the Coto Zagaleta urbanization the average price is around 6.7 million euros.

The third place is occupied by the Paseo de la Marquesa Viuda de Aldama, in La Moraleja, Madrid, at 6.3 million euros. Next, there is Calle 7 in Marbella (5.9 million euros) and the streets, in Mallorca, of Tàpies (5.8 million) and Coscona (5.5 million euros).

Above five million euros, there are the houses that are located on the Paseo de los Lagos in the Madrid municipality of Pozuelo, with an average price that exceeds 5.3 million euros.

It is followed by Calle Camino del Sur in La Moraleja, where an average of 4.8 million is requested; Avenida Portals Vells (4.8 million), in the Mallorcan municipality of Calvià, and Calle Rossini in Marbella, whose homes are around 4.6 million.

Idealista's study also points out that a total of seven more regions concentrate the most expensive streets in Spain, which on average exceed one million euros. These are found in Catalonia (3.09 million euros), the Valencian Community (2.6 million), the Canary Islands (2.2 million euros), the Basque Country (1.8 million), Castilla-La Mancha and Cantabria, where homes are around 1.6 million in the most exclusive streets, and Navarra (1.2 million).

The cheapest region is Extremadura, where its most expensive street has an average price of 383,100 euros, followed by La Rioja (515,416 euros) and Castilla y León (571,750 euros).

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