An Ascot Road has been named as having the most expensive rent outside of London.

Properties on London Road in Ascot, Berkshire, have been found to pull in £6,831 a month in rent, according to Rightmove.

That's over £2,000 more than the next most expensive place to rent outside of London - Manor Road in Chigwell, Essex. The Essex address rents for £4,311 a month.

Meanwhile, the highest typical asking rent in London is topped by Albion Street in Bayswater, central London.

Living here will cost £20,857 per month.

This was followed by Pavilion Road in Knightsbridge, central London, where renters will need an average of £15,251 per month for a new let.

Tim Bannister, a property expert at Rightmove, said: “London’s status as the hub of luxury property in the UK remains unchallenged, with Buckingham Gate in Westminster commanding the highest average asking price.

“Although the possibility of buying one of these homes is limited to a very lucky few, there’s clearly a fascination with these prestigious homes as we find they’re often among our most viewed properties on Rightmove.”

Rightmove’s research was based on streets where there have been at least five properties for sale and rent this year, and so not all streets have been included.