A street in Westminster has house prices that are 20 times more lucrative now than two decades ago.

The average prices of housing in W1B 1, along Portland Place, have rocketed from £200,000 in 1995 to £3.95m in 2015, a rise of 1,875% - the largest increase in England and Wales.

Remaining in the heart of London, around Belgravia and Knightsbridge, the SW1X 7 postcode saw a 1,476% boom in house prices from £368,000 in 1995 to £5.8m last year.

W1G 8, near Harley Street, saw property values reach a whopping £1.9m from £148,500 two decades ago.

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A total of 15 postcodes in England and Wales had prices increase 10-fold or more between 1995 and 2015, according to figures obtained from the Land Registry price paid data.

The results are based on postcodes with six or more sales in both 1995 and 2015.

Areas with fewer sales are shown in the widget but with a warning about the low number of sales and no results will be returned where there were no house sales in 1995 or 2015, as there is no way to compare.

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According to the Bank of England, between 1995 and 2015 inflation was 73%.

So £1 in 1995 would be worth £1.73 in 2015, meaning house prices in many areas have strongly outpaced inflation.