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Crowthorne is a large village in the Bracknell Forest district of South-eastern Berkshire. The picturesque area is within close proximity to London, which is why it is such an attractive place to those trying to find the balance the between country and city life. Crowthorne has a great lively community spirit with around 6000 people living there. Crowthorne was voted the second-best place to live and bring up a family in the whole of England and Wales by Family Friendly Hotspots Report 2013. Not only is it surrounded by beautiful open green spaces and woods, but it also has some really great transport links, such as the M3, M25 and M4. There are also regular trains to London via Reading, making this location easily accessible and convenient.

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Things to do in Crowthorne

The village of Crowthorne has a great high street full of wonderful pubs and restaurants, as well as thriving coffee shops and delis. There are several Michelin-starred pubs and restaurants that are really close to Crowthorne, including Michael Wignall at the Latymer.

In Crowthorne there are a lot of independent retailers, which makes it a great place to find unique purchases. There are several convenience stores, such as Lidl and the Co-op, with a large Waitrose supermarket just a few miles away.

In surrounding areas there are many attractions to visit, such as Legoland, the Ascot Racecourse and Windsor Castle.

Crowthorne Education & Schools

Crowthorne has a number of outstanding schools in the area, including the acclaimed Crowthorne Church of England Primary School (ages 4-11) and the Oaklands Junior School (ages 7-11). There are four primary schools in Crowthorne and a range of nurseries. For secondary schools there is Edgbarrow School, which has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. School results are higher than the national average in the area of Crowthorne, which makes it a very popular area choice for families.

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Local Suburbs Nearby:

  • Aldermaston Soke
  • Aldermaston Wharf
  • Aldermmaston
  • Aldworth
  • Altmore
  • Amen Corner
  • Anvilles
  • Applehouse Hill
  • Arborfield
  • Arborfield Garrison

Cost of living in Crowthorne

Crowthorne is not the cheapest area to live with the average house price costing £440,000. However, due to the busy high street, fantastic transport links and education facilities there has been a 72% increasing in people moving to the village since last year according to Rightmove. The average salary in Crowthorne is 27,000 a year. In Crowthorne there is a number of Victorian period houses, but there are also more modern, newer homes being built, so it is a popular village when finding houses that can suit everyone.