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Moving to Reading is beyond exciting, the city is full of experiences for you to discover whilst living there. Here at MovingSorted.com, we want to get you one step closer to your new home and one of the ways we can do that is through our online conveyancing services that will ensure a fast and convenient moving process.
Once we’ve received your instruction you will be specifically allocated a local conveyancing solicitor with years of experience both in the exchange of properties and in the area. The conveyancing process will be completely online which gives you the opportunity to make any changes or contact us at any time of the day, to suit your schedule. You can also feel secure in our No Sale, No Fee guarantee which ensures that no matter what stage of the process, if a sale falls through for any reason, there are no fees to be paid. This is just an insight into the convenience that our services provide.
If you are as excited about your move as we are then complete our free online conveyancing quote now and start learning about the amazing opportunities that can be found whilst living in Reading.
Reading is the largest town in the UK without city status, but this doesn’t mean there is any lack of action. It is diverse and lively and is notorious across the country for hosting Reading festival in the summer months. The town has a long and rich history and there are multiple venues for you to learn and enjoy that history. There is something for everyone in this town and it is a great place to set up a new home.
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Reading Abbey Ruins has 900 years of history and is the burial site of King Henry I. Discover ancient history through visits or events such as readings and tours of the ruins.
Reading Museum is a great place to see varied exhibits and learn about the local history.
The Madejski Stadium is the home of Reading Football Club also known as the Royals.
Thames and Kennett Narrow Boat Trust is a community-based project to introduce young people to an age-old tradition. They offer qualifications and group training for young people allowing them to build new skills over a day or weekend long course.
Reading Festival is what this town is known for and as a resident you often become eligible for discounted tickets exclusive to your postcode. This festival sees some of the most famous rock and pop bands performing over a weekend, all on your doorstep.
Wellington Country Park may appeal more to those with young families. This open air venue encourages adventure and exploration in nature with attractions such as an animal farm and the splash zone.
This area is extremely popular with young families and has been rated the 10th best place to live in Britain. The features that have given this area that name is the beautiful green spaces including Maiden Erlegh lake and Sol Joel Park, it has some great schools and has great connections to the city centre. The area is quiet but has a great community feel and there is great opportunity for various sports and enjoying the area.
This area gives a great sense of living outside of a city whilst still being only a mile away from one. There is easy access into Reading but all the benefits of a town community. There is charming architecture, cosy pubs, and picturesque lakes. As part of that community feel the local Caversham and Artisan and Farmers market will make you feel even more involved.
This area has some of the same perks as Caversham as it is also outside of the city centre with more of a countryside feel. This is further emphasised with the local community hall and 75 allotments, really giving you the smaller town feel to life. There is great availability of a variety of properties and is in a great position for commuting into Reading city centre as well as Oxford and London.
Reading has excellent travel links and has some of the best connections outside of London. Its train station is well known as one of the busiest outside of London and is due to great connections to the Capital City and various other locations across the UK. There are three train service providers that travel to and from Reading station, and these include First Great Western, CrossCountry and South West Trains. Trains between Reading and London Paddington on average take around 30 minutes, making the location ideal for commuters looking to live in Reading and travel to London.
The town is bordered by the M4 on the Southern side which provides great access to London if you’re willing to risk the traffic times as well as South Wales and links to the M5 for the South West and Midlands
Living in Reading also leaves you well equipped for international travel as there are links to multiple nearby airports. London Heathrow is typically a 35-50 minute drive or a 45 minute train journey. Both London Luton and Southampton airports are typically just over an hours drive in alternate directions; providing you with plenty of choice.
Internal transport within the town is also covered by Reading buses who provide frequent services across the town. They also provide a rent a bike scheme called ‘Ready Bike’ which provides a cheap alternative way of travelling around the town. There are also taxi services.
Royal Berkshire Hospital. London Rd, Reading RG1 5AN
Circle Reading Hospital. 100 Drake Way, Reading RG2 0NE
Spire Dunedin Hospital. 16 Bath Rd, Reading RG1 6NS
Reading appears to be the perfect compromise between working and commuting to London but having a slower pace life that often isn’t possible within the Capital City. In this sense, it is a great location to start a young family or relocate with your loved ones for a fresh new start. With a great variety of schools, entertainment facilities and working and commute options, why would you ever want to leave?
Another of the great benefits within the Reading is the shopping facilities so you can always satisfy a bit of retail therapy whenever it is needed. The town has developed quickly into a highly respectable destination for shopping. This is because of certain locations such as Harris Arcade that has over 100 shops for any sense of fashion or style. There is also Broad Street Mall a large indoor shopping centre in central reading that boasts a multitude of high-street brand stores.
There is so much to see and do whilst you’re living in Reading, and we have only briefly scratched the surface. Now you’re excited to get here, why don’t we get the process started and get moving sorted.
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Income Deprivation: 29% Better than 29% of areas in England
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Health:31% Better than 31 56 of areas in England
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Barriers to Services: 74% Better than 74% of areas in England
Living Environment: 18% Better than 18% of areas in England
Crime: 35% Better than 3s% of areas in England
We have found 210 property sales in Reading since the beginning of 1995.
Our data comes directly from the Land Registry, and is updated monthly. It does not include commercial sales, or sales of land without property
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