A STREET in North Oxford has once again ranked among the priciest property spots in the country.

Charlbury Road has been named the 12th most expensive street in England and Wales, with houses boasting an average price tag of £4,596,000.

It features in Lloyds Bank's 2018 list of expensive property locations, which was published this morning and found 76 streets where average house prices exceed £1m. 

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Charlbury Road in North Oxford. Pic: Google Maps

Lloyds compiles the list annually, based on analysis of housing transactions and prices logged on the Land Registry database in the past five years.

This year Ilchester Place, in London's Holland Park district, took the top spot with average house prices of £15.6 million.

The top nine spots were all in the capital, while 10th and 11th place were taken by streets in Weybridge, Surrey.

All 20 of the most expensive streets were in the South East.

Charlbury Road ranked 10th in the same list last year, when the average house price was listed as £4.47m. 

Nearby Crick Road in North Oxford had previously been regarded as the city's most expensive street - Lloyds research in December 2016 listed the average house price there as £4.5m.