A huge home in a giant sequoia lined road in Crowthorne was the most expensive home sold in July.

The six bedroom house in the expensive homes hotspot of Wellingtonia Avenue was snapped up for a hefty £1.85 million.

The lucky buyer gets four bathrooms, four reception areas, a cool looking games room, nearly three-and-a-half acres and a tennis court.

The road also contains the second most expensive home sold, a four bedroom home which sold for £1.526 million.

And there was a hat-trick of million pound plus homes in the Wokingham borough after a house in London Road sold for £1.125 million.

Buyers are also enjoying the lavish River Thames-side surroundings of two priciest pads sold in Reading.

Unsurprisingly, both are in Caversham.

The first, in Church Road, sold for £1.7 million.

The second, in The Mount, sold for £1.19 million.

Details are sketchy of what the buyer gets for the hefty price tag, but we know it’s a six bedroom detached house.

Bracknell Forest’s top sale was more modest, with a home in Long Mickle, Sandhurst , going for “just” £550,000.

West Berkshire’s was far more pricey, with a new build four-bedroom home in Mill Lane, Tidmarsh, selling for £1.18 million.

On the other end of the scale, leaseholds on flats around Berkshire are still changing hands for less than £200,000.

A six-bedroom home in The Mount, Caversham, sold for £1.19 million (Image: Rightmove)

The cheapest was a flat sold for £100,000 in Hungerford.

Closer to home, Reading saw flats in Florida Court off Bath Road sell for £120,000 and another in Rowe Court off Oxford Road sell for £125,000.

A flat in High Street, Sandhurst , also sold for £153,000.

A flat in Hartsbourne Road, Earley was Wokingham ’s cheapest, selling for £170,000.

Across the country, 26,773 sales were made in July, of which 569 were £1 million plus, and 109 were £2 million plus.

Once again, the most expensive property of all was in the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, where a house sold for £9.36 million.

A home in Crowthorne sold for £1.85 million (Image: Rightmove)
The sale was one of three homes sold for over £9 million in area in July.