Have you ever wondered which neighbourhood the richest people in the province called home? You probably have a hunch or two, but new research from Canadian Business and a research group show the top five richest areas.

The magazine partnered with Environics Analytics to figure out where the wealthiest people in Canada live.

In Newfoundland and Labrador, all but one of the top five richest neighbourhoods are in St. John's; the other isn't far away in Mount Pearl.

The five richest areas, according to Canadian Business, from lowest to highest, are ranked below. Any surprises?

Churchill Park, St. John's
Average household net worth: $1.37 million
Average annual household income: $223,364
Average house price: $422,703

Trafalger Drive, Mount Pearl
Average household net worth: $1.34 million
Average annual household income: $223,364
Average house price: $479,550

Virginia Lake, St. John's
Average household net worth: $1.76 million
Average annual household income: $400,668
Average house price: $944,901

Bannerman Park, St. John's
Average household net worth: $2.01 million
Average annual household income: $212,170
Average house price: $563,692

St. Patrick's Park, St. John's
Average household net worth: $2.11 million
Average annual household income: $237,471
Average house price: $710,708