4 September 2017 – Eje Prime
With an average price of €6 million per home, the two most exclusive urbanisations in Spain are getting more expensive by the year. La Zagaleta (pictured above) in Benahavís (Málaga) and La Moraleja in Madrid are the addresses with the most expensive homes for sale, according to a recent study performed by Idealista.
Specifically, owners in the Benahavís area of the Costa del Sol ask potential buyers for c. €5.6 million on average for a detached home (chalet). In the case of La Moraleja, the second most expensive area in Spain, the average price does not fall below €5 million. In third place is Calle del Castillo de Aysa, also in the Spanish capital, where properties cost around €5 million on average.
Below the €5 million mark are Avenida del Tibidabo in Barcelona (€4.83 million), Paseo de los Lagos in Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid), with an average price of €4.75 million and Avenida Miraflores in Madrid (€4.71 million).
The top 10 list is completed by Avenida Rocaferrera in the Catalan town of Sant Andreu de Llavaneres (€4.5 million), Paseo de Marquesa Viuda de Aldama (€4.4 million), Calle del Camino Ancho (€4.3 million) and Paseo de Conde Gaitanes (€3.8 million), all located in La Moraleja.
Original story: Eje Prime
Translation: Carmel Drake