THESE are the streets in Berkshire dubbed "Millionaire's Row" where the average cost of a home is around the £1m mark.

A total of 10 streets have been named by the online property site, Zoopla where the cost of homes are among the highest in the region.

The streets, which include locations in Slough, Reading and Bracknell Forest, see the average cost of homes between £2,028,439 and £6,149,243.

It comes as the latest house price survey revealed there are more than 4,500 streets in the capital alone where homes cost at least £1m.

Meanwhile, the survey revealed there are almost 1,800 more streets across Britain where the average home is valued at £1m, compared to last year.

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In September 2020, Zoopla said there were 9,891 streets in Britain with the Millionaire's Row title, while this year there were 11,673.

But in Berkshire, Zoopla said the South East ranks second out of the ten regions in England and Wales with the region only beating the East of England by several streets.

The region's Millionaire's Row listed

These are the most expensive streets in Berkshire according to online property site, Zoopla as of October 2021.

Fulmer Rise, Slough SL3 - £6,149,243

Ferry Lane, Reading RG10 - £2,403,693

Stoke Park Avenue, Slough - £2,325,460

Middle Green, Slough - £2,291,398

Mill Lane, Reading - £2,231,495

Bridle Way, Reading - £2,197,753

Wellingtonia Avenue, Crowthorne - £2,126,209

Collins End, Reading - £2,079,067

Fulmer Common Road, Slough - £2,071,492

Broad Street, Reading - £2,028,439

What Zoopla has said

Grainne Gilmore, head of research at Zoopla, said: “London comes top when it comes to the UK’s prime markets, but the wider commuter zone in the South East is also home to some of the highest-value addresses, reflecting the size and type of housing stock in these regions.”