The 5 most expensive streets to rent in London with one costing £20k a month

Do you have £20k for rent a month? <i>(Image: Getty)</i>
Do you have £20k for rent a month? (Image: Getty)

The most expensive streets to rent in London have been revealed and they are a shocking amount.

Rightmove collected data to discover that one street in London has an average monthly rent of £20,000, making it one of the most expensive renting roads in the UK.

While it might not be surprising that London is the most expensive place to rent in the UK, the prices of these streets are still hard to swallow.

As Rightmove’s property expert Tim Bannister shares: "London's status as the hub of luxury property in the UK remains unchallenged, with Buckingham Gate in Westminster commanding the highest average asking price.

"Although the possibility of buying one of these homes is limited to a very lucky few, there’s clearly a fascination with these prestigious homes as we find they’re often among our most viewed properties on Rightmove.”

London's Most Expensive Streets to Rent Revealed

You can see the full list of the most expensive roads to rent in London below.

  • Alibon Street, Bayswater- £20,857

  • Pavilion Road, Knightsbridge- £15,251

  • Duke Street, Mayfair- £14,441

  • Prince of Wales Terrace, Kensington- £13,734

  • Cheval Place, Knightsbridge- £13,611

Topping as the most expensive street to rent in London, Albion Street in Bayswater is at the very top with £20k.

Currently available to rent on Albion Street is a five to six-bedroom, three-bathroom, period home with a balcony and garden costing £21k a month.

The rented property is described as a "beautifully refurbished house is well located for the open spaces of Hyde Park and the pretty shops and cafes of Connaught Village."


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On Pavilion Road, a ground-floor flat with three bedrooms and three bathrooms is available to rent for £19k a month.

Elsewhere on Prince of Wales Terrace in Kensington, a newly refurbished two-bedroom two two-bathroom apartment has a rent cost of £15k a month.

Just a one-minute walk from Hyde Park, agents described the home as having "a spacious Reception Room With Wooden Flooring Throughout, Tuscan Calacatta Marble Worktops, and Miele Appliances. The Large Reception Room."