The most exclusive streets in Boldon Colliery have been revealed in a new nationwide survey by a leading property website.
Zoopla considers Fawley Close as the area’s most expensive address in 2018 with properties worth an average £290,462.
Eastleigh Close follows with an average current value of £282,799 and Colliery Mews is in third on £270,012.
Leander Drive, where properties are worth an average £257,833, and Langford Drive on £240,241 make up the top five.
Zoopla’s 2018 figures have emerged in the online company’s survey of the top end of the country’s property market.
It calculates that there are now 17,289 streets in Britain where the average property value is £1 million or more compared to 14,417 in 2017. Around 90 per cent are in the south of England.
Ninety-seven streets within Zoopla’s North-East boundaries have properties worth an average seven figures.
Gubeon Wood, in Morpeth, Northumberland, is labelled the region’s most expensive street with homes worth an average £1,551,574.
The average value of properties in Sunderland is estimated as £146,394 and compares to the North-East average of £189,071.
The current Washington average is £155,189 and in Boldon Colliery £159,141.