The ULTIMATE Millionaires Row worth £93MILLION.

A tiny millionaires' playground has knocked the likes of Miami and Monte Carlo off their mantles to become the most expensive stretch of the coastal real estate in the world. An 850ft stretch of road in one the UK's most exclusive enclaves, Sandbanks, contains just 13 harbourside mansions that total a staggering £93 million in value.
The narrow plots measuring between 40ft and 60ft wide on Panorama Road make it the most expensive piece of coastline in the world in terms of price per square foot. The mansions on the peninsula in Poole Harbour, Dorset, offer unrivalled views over the world's second-biggest natural harbour. There is almost total privacy at the front of the properties while back gardens run down to the water's edge. Such is the 'super-prime level' of the Sandbanks market, two ultra-modern properties with indoor swimming pools were recently snapped up in quick succession for a combined £15.6m. One, a sprawling state-of-the-art mansion, sold for more than £8m, while the other sold for £7.5m before the sales brochure had come out.This mock-Tudor mansion was sold by football manager Harry Redknapp to the boss of Topps Tiles. It sold for £6.9m in 2015 but is now said to be valued at £10m after undergoing renovationThis modern  property, worth some £6.9million in 2015, is one of numerous mansions that have been built on the peninsula in recent yearsA property on a plot of land bought by Beatles star John Lennon for his beloved Aunt Mimi, went up for sale for £7.2mThe 850ft long stretch of Panorama Road that boasts uninterupted views to the south west contains only 13 harbourside mansions that total a staggering £92.7m in value