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Tilehurst is popular with families and commuters with its many 'Good' Ofsted status schools and fantastic transport links. Thinking of moving to Tilehurst? Find properties for sale and rent with Haslams Estate Agents.

What's in Tilehurst?

  1. 1Pubs and restaurants

    There are several pubs and restaurants in Tilehurst, perfect for a family get together or a fuss-free meal. If you fancy traditional Indian food, visit Spice Master, it was awarded Travellers Choice in 2021 by Tripadvisor. Alternatively, with Reading just three miles away, you can enjoy the many culinary experiences the town centre has to offer.

    tilehurst pint pull
  2. 2Shopping

    Most of Tilehurst’s best shopping is located around an area known as “The Triangle”. A pedestrianized zone with a number of independent stores including a supermarket, coffee shop, nail salon and local butcher.

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  3. 3Health and fitness

    If you’re a sports enthusiast you won’t be short of activities in Tilehurst. Backing onto the open fields that lead to nearby Sulham Woods and with an abundance of greenery throughout the village, there’s many walking routes in and around Tilehurst. Travel a little further into Reading and you will find golf courses, lakes (perfect for water sports) and a trampoline park.

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  4. 4Entertainment

    Everything is right on your doorstep in Tilehurst. You’re within easy reach of the vibrant cosmopolitan centre of Reading, where you can be entertained at The Hexagon. They often show a number of big comedians, musicals and plays. If you want to stay a little closer to home, why not try something different? Visit the pottery painting café in Tilehurst.

    pottery painting cafe tilehurst
  5. 5Education

    Tilehurst is home to a nursery and primary school both rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and a ‘Good’ secondary school. For those with special educational needs; The Avenue delivers a tailored curriculum through an attitude of playfulness, acceptance, curiosity and empathy.

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  6. 6Transport

    Tilehurst has its own railway station with a direct 6 minute train route to Reading and a 35 minute route to London. The local buses offer another mode of transport with regular services across the Thames Valley. Alternatively hop in the car, the M4 runs south of Tilehurst from South Wales to West London.

    tilehurst train station

Properties for sale in Tilehurst

Tilehurst offers a large range of property styles and sizes, but it is perhaps most well-known for its beautiful Victorian terraced houses. These properties are ideal for large or growing families and can be found throughout the village. Alternatively, more contemporary detached and semi-detached houses and apartments are also available.

Properties to rent in Tilehurst

There is a similar amount of variety in the rental properties available in Tilehurst. Detached and semi-detached houses from the 19th and 20th centuries are available to rent. Additionally, you can find more contemporary apartments and houses. Whatever your preference, you'll be sure to find your ideal rental property in Tilehurst with Haslams.

Selling in Tilehurst

Haslams are actively selling several properties in Tilehurst and with unprecedented levels of demand, we have many applicants still waiting to move to the area. If you're thinking of selling or would simply like some advice, get in touch with our Tilehurst expert John Partridge.

Fun fact

Part of St. Michael’s Church in Tilehurst dates back to the 13th century. This church was served by the monks from Reading Abbey until the dissolution of the monasteries under Henry VIII.

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Haslams Estate Agents

We are leading independent estate agents, offering unrivalled market expertise for those looking to buy, sell, rent or let in Tilehurst. Get in touch and we'll be happy to answer any questions that you have on Tilehurst and the local area.

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