The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents Top 10 most expensive streets in the world 2011.

 Hong Kong’s Severn Road, a winding street of mansions and tony apartments, is still the priciest address on the planet.

For the second year running, Financial News has determined that properties on Severn Road cost more per square foot than those anywhere else.

Properties on Severn Road were valued at US$78,200 a square meter (about US$8,689 a square foot), up from US$70,000 in last year’s survey.

Severn Road is situated near the top of Victoria Peak and overlooks Hong Kong’s famous skyline.

Other addresses in the top 10 include Fifth Avenue in New York, Kensington Palace Gardens in London and Avenue Princesse Grace in Monaco.

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