Monopoly Properties List With Prices (US)

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Before you plan your next attempt at becoming an uber-rich property magnate in Monopoly, it might be useful to have a quick look over a list of Monopoly properties and prices.

Monopoly Board Game

There are a total of 22 colored property squares on a standard US Monopoly board. And here’s a full list of them all, complete with their respective prices.

While this list relates to the US board. I’ve also compiled a UK Monopoly properties list, if you’re interested.

Monopoly Properties List

Here’s a list of Monopoly properties with prices:

  • Mediterranean Avenue – $60 
  • Baltic Avenue – $60
  • Oriental Avenue – $100
  • Vermont Avenue – $100
  • Connecticut Avenue – $120
  • St. Charles Place – $140
  • States Avenue – $140
  • Virginia Avenue – $160
  • St. James Place – $180
  • Tennessee Avenue – $180
  • New York Avenue – $200
  • Kentucky Avenue – $220
  • Indiana Avenue – $220
  • Illinois Avenue – $240
  • Atlantic Avenue – $260
  • Ventnor Avenue – $260
  • Marvin Gardens – $280
  • Pacific Avenue – $300
  • North Carolina Avenue – $300
  • Pennsylvania Avenue – $320
  • Park Place – $350
  • Boardwalk – $400

Now, let’s take a closer look at each of the colored properties on the Monopoly board, and how much it costs to buy them….

Brown Monopoly Properties

There are 2 brown Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • Mediterranean Avenue: $60 
  • Baltic Avenue: $60
brown Monopoly properties

Light Blue Monopoly Properties

There are 3 light blue Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • Oriental Avenue: $100
  • Vermont Avenue: $100
  • Connecticut Avenue: $120
light blue  Monopoly properties

Pink Monopoly Properties

There are 3 pink Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • St. Charles Place: $140
  • States Avenue: $140
  • Virginia Avenue: $160
pink  Monopoly properties

Orange Monopoly Properties

There are 3 orange Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • St. James Place: $180
  • Tennessee Avenue: $180
  • New York Avenue: $200
orange  Monopoly properties

Red Monopoly Properties

There are 3 red Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • Kentucky Avenue: $220
  • Indiana Avenue: $220
  • Illinois Avenue: $240
red Monopoly properties

Yellow Monopoly Properties

There are 3 yellow Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • Atlantic Avenue: $260
  • Ventnor Avenue: $260
  • Marvin Gardens: $280

Read more: Yellow Monopoly Properties: Best Strategy to Win

yellow Monopoly properties

Green Monopoly Properties

There are 3 green Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • Pacific Avenue: $300
  • North Carolina Avenue: $300
  • Pennsylvania Avenue: $320

Read more: Green Monopoly Properties: Best Strategy to Win

green Monopoly properties

Dark Blue Monopoly Properties

There are just 2 dark blue Monopoly properties on a standard US Monopoly board:

  • Park Place: $350
  • Boardwalk: $400
dark blue  Monopoly properties

Monopoly Properties That Can’t Be Built On

Did you know that a total of six Monopoly properties can’t have any houses or hotels built on them?

These include the four railroads (Reading Railroad, Pennsylvania Railroad, B&O Railroad, and Short Line.) You find out more about Monopoly’s railroads here.

Monopoly railroads

The other properties that can’t be built on in Monopoly are the two utilities. These are the Electric Company and the Water Works. You can find out more about utilities in Monopoly here.

Water Works

The Cheapest Monopoly Properties

The cheapest Monopoly properties are both of the brown Monopoly properties. On a standard US board, these are Mediterranean Avenue and Baltic Avenue, and they cost $60 each. Houses and hotels on these properties cost $50 each.

Rents payable by opponents landing on Mediterranean Avenue are: $2 (nothing built) $10 (1 house), $20 (2 houses), $90 (3 houses), $160 (4 houses), and $250 (hotel). 

Rents payable by opponents landing on Baltic Avenue are: $4 (nothing built), $20 (1 house), $60 (2 houses), $180 (3 houses), $320 (4 houses), and $450 (hotel).

Houses and Hotels on brown set

The Most Expensive Monopoly Properties

The most expensive Monopoly properties are both the dark blue Monopoly properties. On a standard US board these are Park Place, which costs £350, and Boardwalk, which costs $400.Houses and hotels on these properties cost $200 each.

Rents payable by opponents landing on Park Place are: $35 (nothing built) $175 (1 house), $600 (2 houses), $1100 (3 houses), $1300 (4 houses), and $1500 (hotel). 

Rents payable by opponents landing on Boardwalk are: $50 (nothing built), $200 (1 house), $600 (2 houses), $1400 (3 houses), $1700 (4 houses), and $2000 (hotel).

Boardwalk and Park Place

The Best Properties in Monopoly

What are the best properties to buy in Monopoly? Well, that really depends, and there’s not a simple answer to that one, but luckily for you, I’ve written a whole article to help you decide which are the best Monopoly properties to buy! 

Check it out here: The Best Monopoly Properties To Buy

To Conclude

As you may have surmised, there are several opposing strategies you can employ to maximize your income in Monopoly. You could take a more scattergun approach of snapping up and building on cheaper properties, which increases the chance of your opponents landing on your properties (because you have more of them).

Or, you could take a slightly riskier, but potentially more lucrative approach of sniping the more exclusive, high-value properties. This means there’s less chance of your opponents landing on your properties, but a greater reward if they do!

Alternatively, you could do what I try to do and buy some of each, including some of the more mid-priced properties.

monopoly money

There really is no one “right” answer to which Monopoly properties you should invest in and build on. Every strategy in Monopoly has its own risks and corresponding rewards.

I recommend playing in whatever way’s the most fun for you personally. So if you’re a risk-taker, maybe the dark blue properties should be in your sights!

However you play, you’ll need lady luck on your side, but do have fun, and try to avoid family arguments! It’s just a game, after all! Even if it is the best game in the world!

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