IF your lottery numbers came up last night your first thought might be a house move. 

But where should you go in Warrington to spend your pots of cash?

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

While the average price for a 3-bed house listed on Zoopla in Warrington is £217,549, there are also plenty of other properties to choose from for those with the deepest pockets. 

According to property buying site Zoopla, these are Warrington's most expensive streets.

Highest value streets for property using Zoopla's 'Zed Index' - and average estimated price

1. Windmill Lane, Appleton

WA4 - £1,054,263

The most expensive house on this street is an estimated is £2,445, 000. 

The eight-bedroom house was last sold in October 2008 for £1,890,000.

General street view of Windmill Lane for guidance only

2. Half Acre Lane, Thelwall

WA4 - £1,037,211

The most expensive property is a six-bedroom home now estimated to cost £2,440,000. 

General street view of Half Acre Lane for guidance only

3. Bellcast Close, Appleton

WA4 - £987,192

General street view of Bellcast Close for guidance only

4. Firs Lane, Appleton

WA4 - £956,229

General street view of Firs Lane for guidance only

5. Cann Lane South, Appleton

WA4 - £892,242

General street view of Cann Lane South for guidance only

In addition to the most expensive, Zoopla has also rounded-up the streets with the highest turnover - ie the ones where houses go up for sale most frequently.

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That is worked out by dividing the number of sales over the last 5 years (excluding new build properties) by the number of homes in a given area.

The 5 highest turnover streets in Warrington are:

  • Constable Square, WA1 84.3%
  • Bridgeport Mews, Great Sankey, WA5 76.0%
  • Ford Farm Close, WA4 70.0%
  • St. Elphin's View, Daresbury WA4 63.6%
  • Augusta Grove, Great Sankey WA5 60.0%