READING is one of the most sought-after locations in the south east for housing.

But homes don't come cheap.

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Zoopla estimates the average price for a house in Reading as £412,897.

In some areas of town, there are also some staggeringly expensive mansions for those with the deepest pockets.

Reading Chronicle:

According to house buying site Zoopla, these are Reading's top five most expensive streets.

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1. Ferry Lane, Wargrave, Reading RG10 - average price £2,160,224

2. Bridle Way, Goring, Reading RG8 - average price £2,070,947

3. Broad Street, Reading RG1 - average price £2,028,439

4. Mill Lane, Kidmore End, Reading RG4 - average price £2,021,318

5. Collins End, Reading RG8 - average price £1,922,883

Zoopla has also rounded-up the streets with the highest turnover - ie the ones where houses go up for sale most frequently.

That is worked out by dividing the number of sales over the last 5 years (excluding new build properties) by the number of homes in a given area.

The 5 highest turnover streets are:

1. Champlain Street, Reading RG2 - 101.3%

2. Massachusetts Place, Reading RG2 - 100.0%

3. New Hampshire Street, Reading RG2 - 92.3%

4. Brian Dowding Court, Tilehurst, Reading RG31 - 81.8%

5. Short Street, Caversham, Reading RG4 - 72.7%