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Derelict images from one of London's most expensive streets reveal how the once magnificent mansions have been left to crumble.
Bishop's Avenue in north London, also known as Billionaire's Row, is a 66-house street which has been home to some of the world's most wealthy people.
Homeowners - Sultan - Brunei - Saudi - Royals
Past homeowners include the Sultan of Brunei, Saudi royals, Heather Mills and Sir Billy Butlin - founder of the holiday camps.
Billionaire Richard Desmond, former owner of Express Newspapers and founder of Northern & Shell which publishes Ok! magazine, also owned a mansion on the street.
Luxury - Homes - Street - Costs - £3million
Many of the luxury homes on the street, where a two-bedroom flat costs £3million, have been uninhabited since they were purchased in the 80s.
A row of ten houses, worth £73million, has stood empty ever since they were reportedly bought by the Saudi royal family.
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