THE cheapest and most expensive areas to live in Reading have been revealed - and it shows where homes are going for the most amount of cash.

Latest data from property website Zoopla has compared how much the average home sold for last year.

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Over a twelve-month period, the data has revealed how each Reading area compares.

House prices in Wargrave are currently the highest in Reading, beating Goring Heath by almost £91,182.

Meanwhile, house prices in Tilehurst are currently the lowest in the area, with homes going for significantly less at around £260,000 on average

In the past year, Brits making a move to the area have paid on average £408,819 based on the sale of 2,060 homes.

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But there is a huge discrepancy in the cost of buying a home with some places costing on average, more than double to live.

Here's how your area compares in Reading

  • Tidmarsh, Reading - £2,200,000
  • Upper Warren Avenue, Caversham - £1,495,000
  • Shinfield - £456,666
  • Hare Hatch - £460,000
  • Woodley - £462,000
  • Sonning Common - £371,250
  • Pangbourne - £371,666
  • Woodcote - £312,500
  • Padworth - £323,312
  • Caversham - £280,500
  • Calcot - £260,000