THE cheapest and most expensive areas to live in Bracknell Forest 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 Bracknell Forest area compares.

House prices in Warfield are currently the highest in Bracknell Forest, beating Binfield by almost £635,596.

Meanwhile, house prices in Wildridings are currently the lowest in the area, with homes going for significantly less at around £210,974 on average.

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In the past year, Brits making a move to the county have paid on average £383,788, based on the sale of 698 homes.

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 Bracknell Forest. 

  1. Warfield - £1,820,000
  2. Maidens Green - £1,075,000
  3. Binfield - £751,000
  4. Martins Heron - £640,000
  5. Jennett's Park - £597,500
  6. Easthampstead - £437,500
  7. Crown Wood - £360,000
  8. Birch Hill - £296,950
  9. Bullbrook - £280,000
  10. Winkfield Row - £216,500