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paragraphReading offers something for everyone, a wide variety of housing from period properties to brand new luxury apartments and everything in between! The town centre has "The Oracle" complex which possess great shops and restaurants, which all overlook the River Kennet. We also have fantastic commuter access by rail and the M4 is on our door step. There are Ofsted 'outstanding' schools located throughout the town and a wonderful cosmopolitan community, making Reading a great place to live.
paragraphHotspots in Reading
RG4 Caversham is still the most desirable area to live, but in terms of price increases, West Reading (RG30), South Reading (Some parts of RG2) and East Reading (some of RG1 & RG6) have seen the biggest price increases, although these areas are not deemed the most popular to live in by the Reading public.
West Reading (RG30) is predominately Victorian terrace houses, with easy access to Reading town centre and West Reading station. It is a mixed multi-cultural community and appeals to London buyers.
South Reading, (Some of RG2) Whitley & Whitley Wood which has Green Park, a large business park, easy access to M4 JT11 and Reading town centre. A proposed rail station has seen a different clientele look to buy recently.
New Town/Cemetery Junction/Old Earley are close to Reading University, Royal Berkshire Hospital and have easy access to the M4.
paragraphTop Ranked Primary Schools
- St Martins Catholic Primary School
- All Saints Junior School
- Caversham Primary School
- Caversham Park Primary School
- Emmer Green Primary School