5. Kiln Green
The small village of Kiln Green can be found in the civil parish of Wargrave and this is in the English county of Berkshire. It is lying alongside the A4 Bath Road between Hare Hatch and Knowl Hill. Scarletts and Linden Hill is also part of Kiln Green. Castle Royle golf country club with its swimming pool and gym is also in Kiln Green. In the early 18th century most of the people were employed in agriculture but there were also some employed in handicraft or other trades according to census records of those times. However from1841 onwards records was more detailed providing information for over 3000 different occupational titles. People can expect to pay in the region 3.5 million pounds for properties.
In East Berkshire is the town of Ascot which is approximately 25 miles from London, less than 5 miles from Bracknell and a little further to Windsor. The town is well-known because of the Ascot racecourse and this is also where the Royal Ascot meeting takes place. According to statistics Ascot is the13th most expensive town in the UK. This is based on the average house prices in the country. Not only is buying property very expensive but also to rent a property. The town is comprised of three parts mainly South Ascot, North Ascot and Ascot itself. Ascot is part of the parish of Sunninghill and Ascot. You can easily pay as much as 3.9 million pounds for a property even if a property cash buyer.
In the borough of Bracknell Forest and the English county of Berkshire is the village of Warfield which was at first an Anglo-Saxon settlement of which reference is made in the Domesday Book where the village is referred to as Warwelt. The origin of the name is believed to come from the Old English word waer and feld which means an open land located near a weir. In all of Berkshire the medieval Church of Warfield is one of the finest. This is because of the beautiful carvings and other unique features. Properties can cost as much as 4 million pounds.
In the South Buckinghamshire district in Buckinghamshire is the village of Fulmer. It is separated from Gerrards Cross on its northern border by only a narrow green buffer. This is a heavily wooded area and other villages in the region are places such as Wexham and also Iver Heath. The name of Fulmer comes from the old English which speaks of a lake frequented by birds. Early history going back to 1198 refers to the village as Fugelmere. Properties can cost for a fast property sale as much as 4.2 million pounds.
1. Waltham St Lawrence
The small village of Waltham St Lawrence is in the English county of Berkshire. The Anglo-Saxon words wealt and ham are believed to be the origin of the name of this village. It actually means dilapidated homes. There is also the church of St. Lawrence which provides the other part of the name of this village. In the region there is also evidence of the existence of a Roman temple. This is in the area known as Weycock Field which is also from Saxon origin meaning the road on the hill. A property can cost 5.8 million pounds.