What is the lowest price property on Monopoly?
What are the original Monopoly properties?
Which is the third most expensive property on a classic U.S. Monopoly game board?
OLD KENT ROAD.
Dave Gamer. Monopoly was invented in 1934 and Parker Brothers started selling it in 1935. Using the inflation calculator at http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl , $2.00 in 1935 is worth $30.17 in 2007.
Property costs and rents escalate as the player rounds the board. Properties range anywhere from $60 to $400, while rents can range from $2 to $2000! For more information, see each individual property by selecting its name below: Mediterranean Avenue.
Boardwalk is the second Dark Blue property in Monopoly, along with Park Place. It is the most expensive property on a standard Monopoly Board, and the highest in rent revenue.
Old Kent Road and Whitechapel Road are the cheapest of the spaces on the Monopoly board, both in terms of price to acquire, to buy a house, hotel and the rent you can charge a rival player should they land on your property.