Nov. 17, 2014
According to a recent study conducted by property appraisal company TecniTasa, the most expensive street in Spain is Calle de Serrano (Serrano Street) in the prestigious Madrid's area of Salamanca. The cost of housing per square meter increased by 4% to €10,900 in 2014. It is followed by Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona, where the "square" costs €8,450. Moreover, expensive real estate is in San Sebastian' Hernani Street (€6,400 per sq.m), overlooking the famous beach of La Concha, ee24.com informs.
Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona, average property price – €8,450 per sq.m
The cheapest property prices in Spain are in Castellón de la Plana, near the stadium of Nou Estadi Castalia, in the region of Valencia. Prices there are just €300 per sq.m, or 36 times cheaper than Madrid's Calle de Serrano. Next on the list are El Pilar and La Estación neighbourhoods of Talavera de la Reina (province of Toledo) with just €320 per sq.m in 2014.
The cheapest property prices in Spain are in Castellón de la Plana, near the stadium of Nou Estadi Castalia. Average property price – €300 per sq.m
1. Calle de Serrano, Madrid (€10,900 per sq.m)
2. Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona (€8,450)
3. Area around Calle de Hernani (Hernani Kalea), San Sebastian (€6,400)
4. El Sardinero neighbourhood, Santander (€6,350)
5. Abandoibarra Etorbidea/Plaza de Eusaki, Bilbao (€5,500)
6. Puerto Banús, Marbella (€5,450)
7. Paseo Sarasate/Primer Ensanche, Pamplona (€4,950)
8. Area around Calle de Santigo, Plaza Universidad and Plaza España, Valladolid (€4,700)
9. Paseo de los Fueros, Megapark and Bec, Barakaldo (€4,500)
10. Paseo Maritimo, Cádiz (€4,500)