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Inside Kate Middleton's childhood Berkshire home – worth £1.5million

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Carole and Michael Middleton raised their children Kate, Pippa, and James in Bucklebury Village in County Berkshire. Their £1.5 million property was called Oak Acre, where the Duchess of Cambridge spent her teenage years. This property is just under an hour’s drive from Windsor Castle where Prince William and Kate reportedly want to move their family from Kensington Palace.

Last week royal commentator Angela Levin said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will announce their intentions to move to Windsor Castle either “next week” or at Christmas.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are allegedly planning to relocate from Kensington Palace to Windsor Castle, which Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex had apparently also desired when they were working royals.

They are reportedly keen to move to the Royal County of Berkshire with their children Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, which is the same county where the Duchess of Cambridge grew up.

Interestingly enough, Kate Middleton’s childhood home in Berkshire cost 47 times the average UK annual salary.

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Growing up, Kate lived in a £1.5 million property named Oak Acre in Bucklebury village, along with her mother Carole Middleton, father Michael Middleton, sister Pippa Middleton, and brother James Middleton.

Kate’s family moved to the large, detached house when she was aged 13, and it is reported to have cost more than six times the UK average house price which stands at £249,000.

It is also more than 47 times the UK average salary of £31,461.

The red brick exterior, Georgian-style windows, and pointed roofs mean it is in keeping with the Berkshire area aesthetic.

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The exterior has incredible lawns, beautiful flower beds, and an abundance of trees. The property also sits on one-and-a-half acres of remarkable grounds.

The picturesque Berkshire location even ranked higher than Windsor in a recent ‘Best places to live in England’ list.

All of Carole and Michael’s children attended Marlborough College, which is a 40-minute drive away from the area.

Other royals who went to this prestigious school include Princess Eugenie, and celebrities such as Jack Whitehall also attended the school.

Kate’s younger brother James Middleton stayed there for a while during the pandemic, giving royal fans a glimpse inside its beautiful grounds. It is also believed Prince George spent the first few months of his life at this idyllic countryside home when Kate Middleton was a new mother.

Kate now lives in Apartment 1A Kensington Palace, along with her husband Prince William and their children, George, Charlotte, and Louis. However, recent reports have surfaced suggesting the Cambridges want to move to Windsor Castle to raise their children, close to where Kate grew up.

As well as their central London residence, the family currently has a country retreat in Norfolk called Anmer Hall.

Considering the Duchess grew up in the countryside, it is thought she may enjoy the quiet surroundings of their second home.



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