If you're looking to move to Falmouth or the surrounding area, or are lucky enough to live here and just want to know where the most expensive streets are, then look no further.

According to property experts Zoopla, the average price of a three-bedroom house in Falmouth is £309,581.

All of the most expensive streets in the Falmouth area are in the same postcode - so if you're looking for a bargain, this is where to avoid.

According to Zoopla's Zed Index these are the four most expensive streets in and around Falmouth with the average house price more than a cool million pounds: 

Bar Road, Helford Passage Hill, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth TR11 - £1,508,872

Traditional cottages and beautiful detached houses, it's easy to see why properties in this road demand top prices. There has been a drop of 0.58 per cent on the average property price in the last three months and fall of 2.75 per cent since 12 months ago.

Mylor Churchtown, Falmouth TR11 - £1,285,593

The coastal village is the church town of the ecclesiastical parish of Mylor and is situated at the mouth of Mylor Creek, approximately three miles north of Falmouth. Mylor Harbour is a large yacht marina immediately north of Mylor Churchtown.

Restronguet Weir, Mylor, Falmouth TR11 - £1,084,564

Glorious waterside cottages in a creekside position overlooking Restronguet Point and the Carrick Roads beyond. It's just along the coast from Mylor Yacht Harbour.

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Restronguet Weir. Picture by Fred James

Restronguet, Mylor, Falmouth TR11 - £1,020,480

Restronguet Creek is a beautiful tributary of Carrick Roads, the estuary of the River Fal, and is situated approximately four miles south of Truro and three miles north of Falmouth. Besides many gorgeous riverside properties, it is also home to 13th century pub the Pandora Inn.

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Restronguet Creek