Where are houses most expensive in Spain this year?

by Lorraine Williamson
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Real estate portal Idealista has listed the ten most expensive places in Spain for buying property. In the most expensive street in Spain, the average price of a house is over €10 million. 

The most expensive street to buy a house in Spain this year is in the urbanisation Coto Zagaleta. This is in the municipality of Benahavis, in Málaga, on the Costa del Sol. Here, you pay an average of €10,763,937 for a property, according to Idealista. 

Numbers two and three in the ranking are also on the Costa del Sol. Calle Mozart and Calle Osa Menor, both in Marbella (Málaga) follow with an average price per property of €7,940,375 and €7,175,888, respectively. 

The first street in this ranking outside Málaga province is Camino de la Fuente, in La Moraleja, in Alcobendas (Madrid). The average price there is €6,928,958 for a property. 

The 10 most expensive streets in Spain also include Paseo de los Lagos in the urbanisation La Finca de Pozuelos de Alarcón in Madrid (€6,172,508), the urbanisation Los Flamingos Golf in Benahavís in Málaga (€5,760,145) and Paseo del Conde de los Gaitanes in La Moraleja (€5,240,322). 

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The Paseo del Mar in Calvià, in Majorca, (€5,152,928), the Calle de Ámsterdam in Marbella (€5,146,851) and the Calle Riu Guadiana, also in Calvià (€4,426,086), close the queue. 

Expensive and cheap regions 

In addition, the Idealista survey also shows the most expensive streets in each autonomous community, five of which have an average cost per home of more than a million euros:

  • Catalonia (€2,670,689)
  • Valencia (€2,637,333)
  • Canary Islands (€1,730,162)
  • Cantabria (€1,353,390)
  • Basque Country (€1,185,416). 

In contrast, the cheapest region is Extremadura, where the most expensive street has an average price of €282,300, followed by Castilla-La Mancha (€296,962) and Navarre (€390,116). 

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