UK Monopoly Board: List of Properties

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The UK Monopoly board properties are based on locations in London, England. If you want to know what these are, below you can see a list of all Monopoly properties on the UK board.

UK Monopoly board

You can buy UK Monopoly at or if you’d like to have a go at making your own, check out this guide: How To Make Your Own Monopoly Board.

What are the streets in Monopoly UK?

The UK Monopoly properties are:

  • Old Kent Road
  • Whitechapel Road
  • The Angel Islington
  • Euston Road
  • Pentonville Road
  • Pall Mall
  • Whitehall
  • Northumberland Avenue
  • Bow Street
  • Marlborough Street
  • Vine Street
  • The Strand
  • Fleet Street
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Leicester Square
  • Coventry Street
  • Piccadilly
  • Regent Street
  • Oxford Street
  • Bond Street
  • Park Lane
  • Mayfair

The list above only includes the streets, not all of the squares on the board as there’s also stations, utilities, chance and community chest, the Go space, Free Parking, Go to Jail and Jail.

You’ll find a list of all spaces on the UK Monopoly board here: List of all Monopoly Squares

What are the Monopoly stations on the British Monopoly board?

The four stations on a traditional London Monopoly board are, in order, Kings Cross Station, Marylebone Station, Fenchurch Street Station, and Liverpool Street Station. Each station costs £200 to buy and earns £25 in rent, although this increases if you own more stations.

Read more: Monopoly Stations (UK): Names, Rules & Best Strategy

Is Monopoly different in different countries?

The Monopoly game is licensed in over 100 countries. Many of these use their own unique version of the Monopoly board with local street names from that country. 

For example, here’s how Boardwalk is called on the different Monopoly boards for different countries:

  • Argentina – Obelisco
  • Australia – KIngs Avenue
  • Austria – Rhein Straße
  • Belgium – Rue Neuve / Nieuwstraat
  • Brazil – Brooklin
  • Canada – Stanley Park
  • Croatia – Ženevski trg
  • Denmark – Rådhuspladsen
  • Equuador – Mitad del Mundo
  • Estonia – Raekoja plats
  • Finland – Erottaja
  • France – Rue de la Paix
  • Germany – Schlossallee
  • Greece – Λεωφόρος Αμαλίας
  • Hungary – Dunakorzó
  • Iceland – Kringlan
  • Ireland – Shrewsbury Road
  • Italy – Parco della Vittoria
  • India – Mumbai
  • Iraq – Alzahria
  • Lituania – Gedimino prospektas
  • Luxembourg – Boulevard Royal Lëtzebuerg
  • Malta – L-Imdina
  • Mexico – Avenida Insurgentes
  • Netherlands – Kalverstraat
  • New Zealans – Queen Street
  • Norway – Rådhusplassen
  • Philippines – Ayala Avenue
  • Poland – Aleje Ujazdowskie
  • Portugal – Rossio
  • Russia – Arbat
  • Serbia – Kralja Milana
  • Singapore – Queen Astrid Park
  • South Africa – Eloff Street
  • Spain – Paseo Del Prado
  • Sweden – Norrmalmstorg
  • Switzerland – Zürich Paradeplatz
  • Turkey – Yeniköy
  • United Kingdom – Mayfair
  • United States – Boardwalk
  • Venezuela – Avda. Boyaca

Is there a British version of Monopoly?

The Classic British version of Monopoly has a board based on streets in London. The board was designed in 1935 and became the standard Monopoly board not just for the UK, but also for English-speaking Commonwealth countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa.

Now, those countries all have their own versions of Monopoly, but the British version using the London properties remains the standard one for the UK.

Is there a Scottish version of Monopoly?

The Scottish edition of Monopoly was launched in 2001, featuring a board themed like the Scottish flag and Scottish towns and cities for each of the properties. There are also regional Scottish Monopoly versions based on places like Glasgow, Aberdeen and Dundee.

If you walk into a toy store in Scotland and buy a standard Monopoly set, you’ll still get the one where the Monopoly street names are based on London locations. The Scotland one is considered a special edition.

You can sometimes find it in tourism shops, but the easiest place to buy it is online.

Which English town gets its own version of Monopoly?

Lots of British places have their own versions of Monopoly. These include not only big cities like Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow but counties like Cornwall, Lancashire and Yorkshire and even small towns like Maidstone, Oundle and East Grinstead.

There are also some football club versions of Monopoly – so you can have a Manchester Monopoly game based on the city, and then a Manchester United game based on the football team.

How many squares are on a Monopoly board UK?

Each traditional Monopoly board has 40 squares. This is true not only of the UK Monopoly board but also of Classic Monopoly in other countries. Some special editions of Monopoly may have more or less than 40 squares.

What is the most expensive property on the UK Monopoly board?

The most expensive property on the UK Monopoly board is Mayfair. Costing £400 to buy, this is not only the most expensive property in the Monopoly game but also the most expensive area of London in real life.

You can also see the London Monopoly streets on a map.

What is the cheapest property on the UK Monopoly board?

The cheapest property on the UK Monopoly board is Old Kent Road which costs £60 to buy and has a rental value of just £2. Old Kent Road is the first Brown space on the UK Monopoly board after the Go space.

The Bottom Line

While the original Monopoly board was based on streets in Atlantic City, the UK Monopoly board features streets in London.

The property colours and values remain the same, but players will usually say pounds instead of dollars when talking about Monopoly money.

If want an advantage over your friends when playing Monopoly, I recommend that you find out which are the best UK Monopoly properties to buy.

Jenni Fielding

Jenni Fielding is the founder of Monopoly Land - an unofficial fan site. She has been a huge fan of Monopoly and has been playing the game for over 30 years. She is a stickler for the rules and loves to find vintage Monopoly sets in second-hand shops.