These are the homes of Brighton and Hove’s millionaires

Brighton and Hove is home to some incredible properties and expensive streets, attracting many famous faces and being featured regularly on TV.

The streets where homes cost on average more than £1,000,000

Here we look at 11 streets in Brighton and Hove where the average price of a home is more than £1,000,000, according to Zoopla.

Known as Millionaire Row, the average property value is £2,531,452. The likes of Fatboy Slim, Adele, and David Walliams have all lived here.

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This road is characterised by its early 19th century stucco-clad terraced houses and villas. The average price of a home here is £2,193,336.
With uninterrupted sea views and overlooking Brighton Marina, a home on this road will set you back on average £2,095,798.
This road has a mix of large modern homes and easy access to the countryside. An average home in this road costs £1,936,350.
This tree-lined road runs parallel to Dyke Road and sits in a conservation area. The average price of a home here is £1,758,835.
This dead-end road off Dyke Road has easy access out of town. A property here will cost on average £1,686,280.
This road's claim to fame is one of the properties was featured on Channel 4s Grand Designs. A home here costs on average £1,598,951.
This wide road lies opposite Hove Museum and Art Gallery and sits in a conservation area. A home here costs on average £1,567,127.
This area originally developed as a quasi-rural hamlet for well-to-do Edwardians. The average cost of a home here is £1,440,962.
Properties cost on ave £1,389,995. The crescent circles Barford Court, created by cinema architect Robert Cromie for an iron industry tycoon.
This crescent shaped terrace of seafront houses in Kemptown date back to late 18th/early 19th century. A home costs on average £1,284,549.