The 8 best places to live in Berkshire
The results are in! See where you voted as the best place to live in Berkshire.
A county so fancy it’s called Royal Berkshire. Home to the Queen and half her tiara-wearing family, Berks also boasts a constellation of Michelin stars, has inspired literary greats and is one of the most commutable counties in the country. Hello Crossrail 2022
A little bit of country, a little bit of rock 'n' roll. Caversham offers plenty of urban and outdoorsy fun, plus a super-speedy London commute.
The historic village of Wargrave is one of the quieter riverside hot spots and close enough to George Clooney without needing a restraining order.
With a new A-list hotspot on the doorstep and a Duke as your next door neighbour, is it any wonder we're all desperately seeking a home in Riseley.
Move to Wokingham and you'll be healthier, wealthier and more beautiful – two out three ain't bad. This pretty market town is a big hit with families for the excellent schools, buzzy town and surrounding countryside.
A Berkshire box ticker, Pangbourne has it all – river location, great schools, cosy pubs and you can whizz into London in less than an hour. What's not to love? It ain't cheap.
The Duchess of Cambridge's old stomping ground, Bucklebury is chocolate box pretty in the West Berkshire Downs. Grab your Hunter wellies for a slice of rural splendour.
Desperately seeking picture perfect village life – foodie, arty with an indie high street? Say hello to Cookham. It's got it all, plus a gaggle of celeb neighbours
Bend into that virtual curtsey – Windsor has royal swagger, oodles of history and is within staggering distance of London. But it ain't cheap and there are a lot of tourists.