Berkshire Property Search

Berkshire property search

If you’re looking for a buying agent to assist with a Berkshire Property Search, our local team can help you find your perfect home.

Berkshire is a small county and an incredibly popular place to live. With excellent commuting links with London, vast green spaces, and access to stunning countryside, it’s of little wonder that so many seek to live in the area.

With a wealth of local knowledge, years of industry experience and a vast database of contacts, our professional property finders are well placed to assist your search.

Berkshire Property Finders

Experienced property search agents, Sam Williams and Lisa Burton work with clients looking for a property in Berkshire.

Sam and Lisa have been conducting searches for private clients in London and the home counties for many years. It is this experience that clients find invaluable when working with them. Over the years they have developed an ability to identify and understand a client’s requirements and then source an ideal property in Berkshire. 

As buying agents our role does not come to an end as soon as the perfect property is found. We conduct thorough due diligence and negotiate to secure a deal on our client’s behalf and are on hand throughout the purchasing process to guide and advise right through to the day you move in.

Berkshire Property Finders, Sam Williams and Lisa Burton

Talk to our Berkshire property finding team

If you would like to discuss your search for property in Berkshire without obligation, please do get in touch.

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Berkshire Property Search

Despite being a relatively small county Berkshire is one of the most popular search areas amongst our clients.

It can be hard to know what will work best for your lifestyle, with extensive area knowledge our Berkshire property finders can help you navigate the locality.

Recognised by the Queen as the Royal County of Berkshire because of the presence of Windsor Castle, Berkshire has many villages and towns to consider.

Many well-known towns in Berkshire include Reading, Maidenhead, Newbury, Bracknell, Windsor, Ascot, Slough and Wokingham. These locations are all well connected via train and road meaning most are established commuter towns.

The M4 motorway runs throughout the county providing easy access into and out of London, going west the M4 runs past Bristol and into Cardiff.

Train lines are also excellent in Berkshire for commuters and the addition of the Elizabeth line (Crossrail) which will stop in Langley, Slough, Maidenhead, Twyford and Reading will only improve the possible commute times into London.

Many choose to live in the nearby villages, preferring a slower pace and a greener outlook but still being within a short distance of the amenities Berkshire towns have to offer.

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Moving and are unsure of where to live?

For a no obligation discussion about your property search, please do get in touch.

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Villages in Berkshire

Twyford is a large village located between Reading and Maidenhead, already popular with commuters the train from here takes under an hour to reach London Paddington.

The arrival of the Crossrail will shorten journey times into London significantly. From Twyford to Paddington will take 45 minutes, Bond Street within 48 minutes and Liverpool Street within 55 minutes.

Seven miles west of Reading, Pangbourne, set beside the Thames, at the cusp of The Chilterns and the North Wessex Downs, is a large village with its own shops, schools and train station.

The train into reading takes just 10 minutes, driving to Reading takes around 20 minutes. Co-educational independent Prep School, St Andrew’s in Pangbourne, is very well regarded. The properties here range from grand manor houses to small Victorian cottages.

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Moving to Reading

In recent years Reading has seen regeneration, thanks in part to a growth in the local IT sector, although many businesses choose to operate here due to its excellent connections, nearby cities London, Birmingham and Bristol are all within easy reach.

Where is best to live in Reading? It depends on what you’re hoping for and of course your budget, many areas’ popularity is driven by school catchment.

If you don’t need to reach the M4 on a regular basis then Caversham is a good place to live, ideal for those who work either in Reading centre or use the mainline to commute, the local primary school is regularly highly rated and the houses are ideal for family living.

Many who need to reach Reading easily either to work there or to catch a train connection choose to live in the villages surrounding such as Goring and Streatley.

Our team of Berkshire property finders would be delighted to discuss your move to Reading, for an impartial, no obligation discussion, please do get in touch.

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Buying in Windsor

Known to be the Queen’s “hometown”, Windsor is a thriving historic town. Although often regarded in parts as a tourist attraction many move here for its charm and beneficial location. Both the M4 and M25 motorways are on the doorstep.

With regards to property here there are Georgian houses, Victorian terraces and more modern properties along with some newer developments which make the most of the town’s river setting, the areas surrounding Windsor feature large period country houses. Nearby, property prices are slightly lower in Datchet.

South of Windsor, best known for its racecourse, Ascot is a small town on the edge of the Surrey borders. Ascot is well placed for travelling by car, the M3, M4 and M25 are easily accessible, and the town is a short drive from both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

Trains from Ascot to London Waterloo run frequently and take around an hour, stopping at Clapham Junction for mainline connections and Vauxhall for the underground.

The villages and hamlets between Windsor and Ascot boast some of the county’s most desirable postcodes, including Winkfield, Cranbourne and Woodside.

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