THE annual property rich list, revealing the most expensive streets across the UK, has revealed which Hampshire streets are among the priciest.

The county’s top ten, published by Zoopla, includes two roads in the New Forest, two in Winchester, and one in the Test Valley.

They are all millionaire's rows, with property prices all above £2million.

Ranked top as the most expensive street in Hampshire, Dock Lane in Beaulieu has an average house price of £3,700,319. The road backs on to the Beaulieu River, with a stunning New Forest backdrop.

Coming in at number two is Durford Wood in Petersfield. The street has an average house price of £2,784,973 in the remote hamlet.

At three is Sleeper’s Hill, in Winchester. The road, which is known locally as the place to live, with house prices averaging at £2,382,556.

Closely coming in at four is Rookery Lane in Broughton. The lane is full of long driveways, huge gates and surrounded by green as far as you look. House prices average £2,361,448.

The renowned Buckler’s Hard Road, which sits just down river from Dock Lane, is another beautiful location to settle, with average prices at £2,234,707.

Full list

  • Dock Lane, Beaulieu - £3,700,319
  • Durford Wood, Petersfield - £2,784,973
  • Sleeper’s Hill, Winchester - £2,382,556
  • Rookery Lane, Broughton - £2,361,448
  • Buckler’s Hard Road, Buckler’s Hard - £2,234,707
  • Ashe, Basingstoke - £2,124,875
  • Stratfield Turgis, Hook - £2,052,041
  • Church Lane, Winchester - £2,045,833
  • Picketts Hill, Bordon -£2,024,641
  • Kitcombe Lane, Alton - £2,015,352

Zoopla's Rich List also revealed the most expensive postcode areas with the highest average house prices.

On the postcode list, SO24 for Alresford placed top with an average price of £686,709, followed by SO22 for Winchester (£673,384), RG29 at Hook (£621,064), SO23 in Winchester (£601,916), and in fifth GU31 for Petersfield (£562,892).

Full list

  • SO24 (Alresford) - £686,709
  • SO22 (Winchester) - £673,384
  • RG29 (Hook) - £621,064
  • SO23 (Winchester) - £601,916
  • GU31 (Petersfield) - £562,137
  • SO41 (Lymington) - £523,892
  • GU33 (Liss) - £523,459
  • GU32 (Petersfield) - £514,998
  • SO20 (Stockbridge) - £510,413
  • GU30 (Liphook) - £464,823

Unsurprisingly, the most expensive street in the whole of the UK was in London, and even less surprisingly it was in the flashy neighbourhood of Kensington and Chelsea.

Kensington Palace Gardens, which backs onto the palace and the nearby Kensington Park, has an average property price of £32,492,346. This is more than £12 million more expensive than the second ranked street, Courtenay Avenue in Highgate, where the price is £20,254,754.

London dominates the list with every street in the Top 20 most expensive located in the capital.