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Prince Consort Road

Royal College of Music from Prince Consort Road.

Prince Consort Road is a street in the City of Westminster in central London. The road is named for Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria. It is located between Queen's Gate to the west and Exhibition Road to the east, running parallel to Kensington Gore.

Several landmark buildings have entrances on to the road, including:

The average residential property price on the street in 2013 was around £5.5 million, making Prince Consort Road the fourth most expensive street in the United Kingdom.[1]

The London Buses route 360 starts and ends on Prince Consort Road. The nearest London Underground stations are South Kensington, Gloucester Road, Knightsbridge and High Street Kensington.

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  1. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-25528977

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