Top Ten most expensive streets in Spain

The most expensive streets in Spain: have your millions ready! Otherwise, look elsewhere

The most expensive street in Spain to buy a home is in Marbella. It is named after the famous composer, Mozart. It will set you back, on average, 8,416,461 euros if you decide to buy here. This is according to the database. 

The second place took an entire urbanization located in the Malaga town of Benahavís: the Coto Zagaleta Urbanization. This exclusive area of the Costa del Sol has an average price of 6,741,037 euros. A price somewhat higher than that of the Paseo de la Marquesa Viuda de Aldama, in La Moraleja, Madrid, which ranks third with 6,303,281 euros. In another street in Marbella, Calle 7, owners ask for their exclusive homes an average of 5,967,000 euros.

The list continues with two streets on the island of Mallorca: Tàpies street, in Andratx, with an average of 5,883,461 euros and Cosconar street, in Palma, with 5,589,500 euros.

Also, above 5 million is the Paseo de los Lagos in the Madrid municipality of Pozuelo, with an average price of 5,370,967 eurosIn the eighth position is the Calle del Camino del Sur in the exclusive urbanization of La Moraleja. There the average asking price is 4,815,909.

The penultimate address is Avenida Portals Vells, in the Majorcan municipality of Calvià, with an average price of 4,803,846 euros. Another street dedicated to a composer ends this top 10 list: Calle Rossini in Marbella, whose homes have an average price of 4,616,958 euros. 

In addition to the communities with streets in the top 10 positions, 7 more autonomies have addresses in which an average of one million euros is exceeded. First is Catalonia (3,094,833 euros),  then Valencian Community (2,670,333 euros), Canarias (2,200. 000 euros), Euskadi (1,886,538 euros), Castilla-La Mancha (1,640,050 euros), Cantabria (1,612,894 euros) and Navarra (1,266,000 euros). 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).