Solihull which boasts several of West Midland’s own Millionaire Rows has a whopping six of the most-expensive roads in the region, with Ladywood Road in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham placing first.
Ladywood Road is classed as the most expensive road in the West Midlands with sales from three properties averaging £1.5 million.
The road which looks like a stroll in the park has its properties surrounded by green trees and large lawns separating it from the main road.
Widney Manor Road in Solihull mostly features detached houses and for those who fancy a game of golf there is a nearby golf course.
The road is the second most expensive with average property prices of £1.2 million.
Solihull’s other entries include Clyde Road where homes sit behind long drives and extensive front and back gardens with an average price of £1,038.333.
Elsewhere in Solihull properties on St Bernards Road, Whitefileds Road and Silhill Hall average £888,200, £836,875 and £783,317 respectively.
The lavish properties on Birmingham’s Farquhar Road, where some mansions are surrounded by what looks like private gardens and long deep drives are typically valued at £825,000 and properties on Chantry Road at £890,00.
Sandwell is the place for the money savvy with the area having five of the least expensive roads in the region.
St Matthews Road in Smethwick, Sandwell with its characteristic red brick properties reminiscent of the Victorian era is the least expensive road in the region with prices averaging £37.488.
There is a nearby primary school as well as good transport links with various bus stops linking to the Windmills Shopping Centre and a local Asda and Pure Gym.
The midland Metropolitan Hospital and the Cape Hill Medical Centre are both within easy commute.
Sandwell’s suburban Sandon Road in Smethwick features terraced homes typically valued at £55,408.
Oakthorpe Gardens in Oldbury, Sandwell has homes averaging £54,000 and Carnegie Avenue and Tudor Court both in Tipton, Sandwell typically cost £43,167 and £43,575 respectively.
Residents in Okment Drive in Wolverhampton will be pleased to know they live on the most affordable road in the region with prices averaging £43,365.
Dudley’s High Street, Starbridge and Dadford View, Brierley Hill were also featured on the list with homes averaging £47,500 and £55,800 respectively.
The most expensive road prices in the West midlands are still eight times cheaper than the most expensive street in England and Wales in 2017.
The white and red brick townhouses of picturesque Knightsbridge in City of Westminster, London are on the most expensive street in England where property prices average £12 million.
However, the most affordable road in the West Midlands is still twice the price of the cheapest road elsewhere in the UK, Verdun Terrace in Ferryhill in Durham where the average price is £18,233 per house.