Slough is a popular place to live with both families and professionals.

With easy connections to London, Reading and beyond, job opportunities and close proximity to beautiful countryside areas.

That means it is pretty in-demand in terms of homes.

We decided to take a look at the most expensive streets in the town and the surrounding areas, according to data from property website Zoopla.

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The average house price in Slough was £433,689 in the last 12 months.

The site has also rounded up the streets with the highest turnover, where houses go up for sale most frequently.

Slough Observer:

Dorney Wood Road, Burnham

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

Most expensive streets by average price paid over the last year

  1. Dorney Wood Road, Burnham - £2,752,500
  2. Templewood Lane, Stoke Poges - £2,130,000
  3. Stoke Court Drive, Stoke Poges - £1,505,000
  4. Park Road, Stoke Poges - £1,475,000
  5. Parish Lane, Farnham Common - £1,415,000
  6. Langley Park, Uxbridge Road - £1,300,000
  7. Buccleuch Road, Datchet - £1,185,000
  8. School Lane, Stoke Poges - £1,165,000
  9. Hamilton Way, Farnham Common - £1,150,000
  10. Bowmans Close, Burnham - £1,125,000


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Streets with the highest turnover

  1. Winch's Meadow, Burnham - 64.3 per cent
  2. Bellefield, Slough - 54.5 per cent
  3. Hayling Close, Cippenham, Slough - 50.0 per cent
  4. Oxlade Drive, Slough - 45.7 per cent
  5. Colne Bank, Horton - 40 per cent