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Lane in New Forest village revealed as most expensive street in Hampshire

Beaulieu village and river
Beaulieu village and river

THE most expensive streets in Hampshire have been revealed – and at the top of the list is Dock Lane in Beaulieu.

The average cost of a home in this highly sought-after location, close to the banks of Beaulieu River, is £3,670,466, according to property website Zoopla.

Tom Parker, consumer spokesperson for Zoopla, said: “Dock Lane – the perfect location from which to explore the national park – takes the crown, with buyers paying a premium for its stunning location.”

Tukal, designed by architect Seymour Harris, on Dock Lane, Beaulieu
Tukal, designed by architect Seymour Harris, on Dock Lane, Beaulieu

Dock Lane has 54 homes along it and boasts the extraordinary roundhouse Tukal, designed by architect Seymour Harris, which comes complete with its own lake, pontoon and ramp to a first-floor garage. In 2013, it was listed for sale for £12m.

Chequers Green in Lymington, where the average property would set you back £1,686,833, and The Coppice in Brockenhurst, where homes fetch an average £1,978,250, were also among the top nine costliest roads in the county.

Mr Parker added: “With Hampshire providing the perfect blend of city and country living, along with great schools and a great quality of life, buyers are willing to pay over £1,000,000 in to live in some of the most prestigious locations.”

Top nine most expensive streets in Hampshire:

  1. Dock Lane, Beaulieu – £3,670,466
  2. Durford Wood, Petersfield – £2,717,904
  3. Empshott, Liss – £2,424,750
  4. St. James Lane, Winchester – £2,329,000
  5. Shalden Green Road, Alton – £2,275,000
  6. Rookery Lane, Stockbridge – £2,275,000
  7. The Coppice, Brockenhurst – £1,978,250
  8. Kitcombe Lane, Alton – £1,964,500
  9. Chequers Green, Lymington – £1,686,833

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