The 10 most high-priced residential streets span the globe, according to Wealth-X.

The Wealth-X and UBS Billionaire Census 2013 found that the total real-estate holdings of the world’s billionaires are estimated at $169 billion, or about $78 million per billionaire. Billionaires own an average of four homes, many of which are based in trophy cities such as London, New York and Paris.

The following streets, listed in ascending order, were found to be the most pricey.

No. 10.  Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France

Average price per square metre: $26,000
Neighbors: Canadian Embassy, Marlene Dietrich (before her death in 1992)







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