Cheapest House Prices in Reading
We found another interesting article all about the Cheapest House Prices in Reading. It details the areas where bargains can be had.
“The cheapest place to buy a home in Berkshire is in west Reading in RG30, which includes areas such as Oxford Road, Southcote, Prospect Park, parts of Tilehurst, Pingewood, and Burghfield. Homes here cost on average £305,563.
The area is close to Reading town centre and has the M4 running through part of it, offering great transport links to the rest of Berkshire and the country.
There are a lot of terraced properties and flats, which inevitably are cheaper than semi-detached and detached cousins, so that might help explain the lower average.
Reading town centre is the second cheapest place to buy a home – which may come as some surprise for anyone trying to buy here, especially given the average cost across England as a whole to buy a home is £298,128.
The postcode covers the area just south of Reading town centre, crossing the River Loddon and the area of the M4.
Buying a home in the Woodley area will cost you on average £410,268 – the eighth cheapest place in Berkshire.
The postcode to the east of Reading is bordered by Dinton Pastures Country Park to the south and includes Sandford too.
The ninth least expensive place to buy a home in the county is in the Earley area, where homes cost on average £424,645.
We found this article on Berkshire Live Click the link to read the full story.
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