HAVE you ever wondered how the other half live ­— or how much their houses cost?

Property experts, Zoopla, reveal the five most expensive streets in and around Blackburn and how much they estimate a house would cost.

While the average price of a three-bedroom house is £136,307 in Blackburn, there are also some eyewatering upscale mansions nearby.

According to Zoopla, these are Blackburn’s most expensive streets, ranking the highest value using Zoopla’s ‘Zed Index’ and the average estimated price/value.

1. Kenyon Lane, Dinckley, BB6 ­— £930,859

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The most expensive house on this street has an estimated current value of £1,428,000.

The 6-bed freehold detached house was last listed for sale in August 2017 for £1,550,000.

2. Saccary Lane, Mellor, BB1 ­— £721,691

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3. Commons Lane, Balderstone, BB2 ­— £650,689

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4. Cherry Drive, Brockhall Village, Old Langho, BB6 ­— £628,223

5. Further Lane, Mellor, BB2 ­— £590,800

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In addition to the most expensive, Zoopla has also rounded up the streets where houses go up for sale most frequently.

This is worked out by dividing the number of sales over the past five years (not including new builds) by the number of homes in the given area.

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The five turnover streets are:

1. Town Hall Street, Great Harwood, BB6

This street has an 80% turnover. This is due to most houses on Town Hall Street being sold at least once in July 2016.

2. Clayton Grove, Clayton Le Dale, BB1 ­— 53.8%

3. Fecitt Road, Blackburn BB2 ­— 47.1%

4. Country Mews, Blackburn BB2 ­— 46.7%

5. Portland Road, Langho, BB6 ­— 45.5%