Your local estate agent for Earley

A big hit with families, the suburb of Earley (situated just four miles from Central Reading) has green open spaces in abundance. Of particular note, Maiden Erlegh Nature Reserve is a must-see. Popular with dog walkers, Maiden Erlegh Lake is surrounded by ancient woodland.

What's in Earley?

  1. 1Pubs and restaurants

    In Earley you will find a handful of independent restaurants, serving a variety of cuisines from Mediterranean to Japanese. Just a few miles down the road, for other food cravings, you can also pop into Central Reading.

    bits restaurant earley
  2. 2Shopping

    Earley has many of the amenities you need with a post office, multiple convenience stores and a large supermarket. Nearby in Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell you’ll find a larger array of shops from big retailers to hidden independent gems.

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  3. 3Health and fitness

    Green space is in abundance in Earley. For those looking for a new walking or running route, we’d recommend paying a visit to Maiden Erlegh Nature Reserve or Sol Joel Park. If you’re a keen angler, fishing permits can be purchased for Maiden Erlegh Lake. Want to try your hand at something new? You’ll find many martial arts studios in Earley.

    earley karate lesson
  4. 4Entertainment

    Want to catch the latest film premiere? The Showcase Cinema is a must, with comfortable lounge chairs you’re sure to enjoy your cinematic experience. Looking to touch up your history knowledge? The Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology is recognised as the fourth largest collection of Greek ceramics in Britain.


    ure museum earley
  5. 5Education

    Earley is well served with schools, many of which have been granted “Good” or “Outstanding” Ofsted status. Maiden Erlegh School is a popular comprehensive for children aged 11-18. The University of Reading is also close by, making Earley a great location for parents who wish to have students live at home during their degree.

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  6. 6Transport

    Earley train station has frequent services to Central Reading and London Waterloo. For road links, the M4 runs south of Earley, connecting the suburb with London and the West Country.

    earley train station

Properties for sale in Earley

There are a range of properties for sale in Earley, from Victorian terraces to mid-century semi-detached houses. These would happily accommodate a large and/or growing family. Couples and smaller families may consider more modestly sized apartments.

Properties to rent in Earley

There are a number of apartments available to rent in Earley, from studios to larger three bedroom flats. There is also a range of terraced and semi-detached houses to choose from if you prefer.

Selling your home in Earley

Haslams are the leading independent estate agents, offering unrivalled market expertise for those looking to sell in Earley. If you would like advise on selling your home or a property valuation, get in touch.

Haslams and our community

Haslams are passionate about supporting the local community in which we live and work. We are proud to have sponsored didi rugby, a program designed to get children active, for a number of years. Most recently, you may have spotted us on the didi rugby superstars shirts!

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Fun fact

Earley is the site of several archaeological finds that provide details into the lives of prehistoric humans from around 35,000 years ago.

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Haslams Estate Agents

We are leading independent estate agents, offering genuine and honest expertise for those looking to buy or rent in Earley. Our head office is situated in Reading town centre, but we offer our services across Berkshire for those looking to move home.

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