The Most Expensive Streets in America
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Luxury residential real estate chatter these days may be centered around skyscraping condo towers on major urban corridors. But sprawling estate that gobble up country or suburban real estate have lost none of their luster, even if they're hidden behind imposing hedgerows. Here are the five priciest residential streets (with at least 10 homes on them) as analyzed by Zillow.
Indian Creek Island Road, Miami, FL
Median home value: $21.5M
Nickname: Billionaire Bunker
Celebrity residents: Hedge funder Edward Lampert, Julio Inglesias, Adriana Lima, and until 2010, Jay-Z and Beyonce.
Beverly Park Circle, Los Angeles, CA
Median home value: $16.25M
Celebrity residents: Denzel Washington; Eddie Murphy, controversial baseball slugger Barry Bonds recently listed his 21K SF abode (complete with 2.1K SF tennis court) for $25M.
Beverly Park Terrace, Los Angeles, CA
Median Home Value: $16M
Celebrity residents: The seriously exclusive Beverly Park neighborhood attracts a lot of comedians. Martin Short, who in 2012 listed his Beverly Park Terrace pad as a $200K per month rental, lived just one block away from Eddie Murphy.
Lazy Lane Boulevard, Houston, Texas
Median home value: $15.5M
Neighborhood: Established in the 1920s, River Oaks in Houston became a case study in how to build a planned, uber-wealthy community. Joel Olsteen and disgraced Enron exec Jeff Skilling are some notable residents past and present.
Conyers Farm Drive, Greenwich, CT
Median home value: $13M
Celebrity residents: The private community of Conyers Farm (developed by Peter Brant) has housed very public figures including Ron Howard, Tom Cruise and Justin Timberlake. The Greenwich Polo Club is another prestigious draw.