EVER wondered how the other half live - or more specifically, how much their houses cost?

We've consulted property experts Zoopla to find out the five most expensive streets in Bury and how much they estimate a house on one of them could cost.

While the average price of a 3-bedroom house in Bury is £202,981, there are also some rather upscale mansions for those with the deepest pockets.

According to property buying site Zoopla, these are Bury’s most expensive streets.

Highest value streets for property using Zoopla’s ‘Zed Index’ – and average estimated price.

1. Woodhey Road, Ramsbottom, Bury BL0 - £789,550

The most expensive house on this street is an estimated £1,412,000, which is a five-bedroom detached house.

There have been three property sales on Woodhey Road over the last five years with an average sale price of £601,666.

General street view of Woodhey Road for guidance only

2. Redisher Lane, Hawkshaw, Bury BL8 - £688,165

The most expensive house on this street is an estimated £1,157,000.

The average price paid on this street is £250,000.

General street view of Redisher Lane for guidance only

3. Cross Lane, Holcombe, Bury BL8 - £678,874

4. Hawkshaw Lane, Hawkshaw, Bury BL8 - £643,912

5. Higher Summerseat, Ramsbottom, Bury BL0 - £601,399

As well as the most expensive, Zoopla has also rounded up the streets where houses go up for sale most frequently.

This is worked out by dividing the number of sales over the last five years (not including new builds) by the number of homes in a given area.

The five turnover streets are:

1. Jubilee Gardens, Ramsbottom, Bury BL0.

This street has a 100% turnover. This is due to each house in Jubilee Gardens being sold at least once between 2015 – 2016.

2. Dukes Rise, Bury BL8 – 70%

3. Carnoustie Drive, Ramsbottom, Bury BL0 – 62.5%

4. South Street, Bury BL9 – 56.2%

5. Cemetery Road, Ramsbottom, Bury BL0 – 56%