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Bracknell is a town found in Berkshire, located within the Greater London area, 25 miles from central and just 11 miles east of Reading and 10 miles southwest of Windsor. It was originally a market village and part of the Windsor Great Forest, but it went through a period of huge growth during the mid-20th Century when it was declared a New Town. The town is surrounded by Swinley Forest, Crowthorne Woods and Ascot.

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Things to do in Bracknell

Bracknell is a suburban town in an affluent location, which is very attractive to residents as it has the best of both worlds of countryside, but also still lots to do in the town. There are some great attractions and things to do in Bracknell and around the surrounding areas. South Hill Park Arts Centre & Wilde Theatre, Lily Hill Park and Coral Reef Waterworld are just a few of many fun things that can be done with children. In the town you can find a great shopping centre called the Lexicon. There you can also visit the two cinemas, a bowling centre and some great bars and restaurants. For the more adventurous of us, there is a Bracknell Go Ape and some great theme park attractions nearby, such as Legoland.

Benefits of moving to Bracknell

Bracknell is very well connected with two railway stations, both of which are on the Reading and Waterloo lines. It is only a 20-minute train to Reading and an hour to Waterloo. There are great road links with the M4 and the M25, making it only 15 minutes away from Heathrow. Bracknell is a very safe place to live with an exceptionally low crime to population rate, making it a particularly great area for families. There are also a number of great schools in the area to choose from as well. Bracknell has an extremely high employment rate with 81%, due to its location and growing employment opportunities in the area. There are plenty of opportunities for those starting out their careers, with a lot of entry level paying jobs available.

There are a lot of great schools in the Bracknell area. Some of the schools to take note of include St Michael’s Easthampstead, Warfield, St Margaret Clitherow Catholic, Meadow Vale, and St Joesephs, which are all rated Good or higher by Ofsted. There is only one further education institute in Bracknell, which is Bracknell & Wokingham College. However, there are plenty of others to choose from in the close surrounding areas, such as Imperial College London, Royal Holloway College and also Reading University, which all provide fantastic opportunities for further education.

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Local Suburbs Nearby:

  • Bracknell Town Centre
  • North Bracknell
  • South Bracknell
  • Bracknell District

Cost of living in Bracknell

Property in Bracknell is slightly less expensive than some of its surrounding areas, such as Ascot and Maidenhead. The average house price is around £321,731. A five-bed house in the suburb’s costs around £400,000-£650,000, whereas the prices for townhouses and new developments are around £300,000-£450,000. Semi-detached and terraced houses are lower, averaging around £190,000 to £250,000. Rental houses in Bracknell are very affordable too, with a one bed house averaging at £933 a month and a three-bed house averaging around £1483.