But to snap up a home in these areas you are looking at spending a large chunk of cash.
Here are the 10Â most expensive streets to buy a house in Portsmouth accordingÂ to Zoopla.
With the figures based on average house prices over the last 12 months and only include streets where two houses or more have been sold.Â
Penny Street is most expensive with an average house price ofÂ Â£648,333.Â
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Carmarthen Avenue has an average house price ofÂ Â£621,825 and buying a house on Broad Street will set you backÂ Â£517,083 on average.
St Matthews Road is the fourth most expensive with anÂ average house price ofÂ Â£508,000.Â
The fifth most expensive street in Portsmouth to buy a house isÂ Hilltop Crescent with an average price ofÂ Â£501,333.Â
The average house price on Penrhyn Avenue isÂ Â£493,750 and onÂ Evelegh Road it isÂ Â£484,500.Â
Down End Road is the eighth most expensive street to buy a house in Portsmouth with an average price ofÂ Â£460,000.Â
The ninth most expensive is Padwick Avenue with houses costing anÂ averageÂ Â£430,500.Â
WhileÂ Sennen Place is tenth most expensive with an average cost ofÂ Â£423,833.Â