Berkshire’s most expensive streets to live

THE housing market was among many that have faced uncertainty throughout the pandemic.

But if you have managed to save the pennies in lockdown and are thinking of splashing out on a new home – we have been delving into the leafy suburbs of our county.

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Berkshire boasts some of the most stunning countryside and (normally) bustling town centres bursting with history, social spaces, and character.

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But where are the most sought after areas to live, here is the top 10 most expensive roads according to Zoopla and the average house price.

1. Fulmer Rise, Slough – £6,010,289

2. Ferry Lane, Reading – £2,280,024

3. Middle Green, Slough – £2,231,396

4. Stoke Park Avenue, Slough – £2,212,716

5. Bridle Way, Reading – £2,132,487

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6. Mill Lane, Reading – £2,103,820

7. Broad Street, Reading – £2,028,439

8. Fulmer Common Road, Slough – £2,014,535

9. Collins End, Reading – £1,978,261

10. Lower Sandhurst Road, Wokingham – £1,943,619

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The property websites has also listed the most sought after areas and the average house price, as per below

1. RG8 (Reading) – £756,599

2. RG10 (Reading) – £753,313

3. SL0 (Slough) – £573,795

4. RG4 (Reading) – £510,642

5. SL6 (Slough) – £499,982

6. RG6 (Reading) – £488,852

7. RG31 (Reading) – £488,599

8. RG41 (Wokingham) – £477,612

9. SL3 (Slough) – £466,402

10. RG42 (Bracknell) – £463,129

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