Your local estate agent for Pangbourne

A charming village on the banks of the River Thames, Pangbourne is well equipped to serve its residents. From fine dining to health and fitness, education and so much more. Read on to get a feel for what a life in Pangbourne could provide.

What's in Pangbourne?

  1. 1Pubs and restaurants

    Choose between dining on a beautiful terrace overlooking the River Thames at The Swan or authentic Italian at Nino’s, a country inn with traditional pub menu at The Cross Keys or a fabulous steak restaurant at The Herd; there is a wonderful mix of cuisines to suit everyone’s taste in Pangbourne.

    the elephant at pangbourne
  2. 2Shopping

    The village of Pangbourne is home to a selection of independent shops. Green’s, a specialist butcher and pie maker, has a stellar reputation for selling tasty produce. We’d also recommend you visit Cheese Etc, an infamous shop stocking over one hundred cheeses. Further afield an array of shops can be found in Reading, Oxford and London.

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  3. 3Health and fitness

    Whether you want to maintain your fitness or embark on a new regime, Pangbourne has a number of well equipped fitness clubs. There are a range of facilities including Pangbourne Tennis Club, Pangbourne Polo Club, Royal Berkshire Shooting School and Pangbourne and District Bowls Club.

    women playing tennis
  4. 4Entertainment

    Pangbourne is perfectly placed for visiting local attractions which host a variety of things to do, see and experience. Looking for a day out with the kids? Visit Beale Park, a magical 30-acre outdoor wildlife park home to a range of exotic and farm animals.

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  5. 5Education

    In Pangbourne, you are within easy reach of some of the best schools in the country. Pangbourne Primary School prides itself in providing a happy, safe, secure and supportive learning environment. For older children, St Andrews and Pangbourne College offer independent schooling. You can also find a number of ‘Good’ Ofsted state schools in the neighbouring villages of Tilehurst and Reading.

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  6. 6Transport

    Pangbourne benefits from excellent travel links to surrounding towns and cities. Travelling by car couldn’t be easier with Junction 12 of the M4 just five miles away. Pangbourne also has a train station that provides direct services to Banbury, Oxford and Maidenhead. Travel to London Paddington takes just 43 minutes, benefitting commuters travelling to the city.

    pangbourne train station

Properties for sale in Pangbourne

Pangbourne has a variety of homes to suit all lifestyles. In the village centre you will find many traditional houses, some of which date back to the 1700’s. Slightly further out of the village you will find a selection of new build homes and several larger detached houses.

Properties to rent in Pangbourne

There are many options to rent in the village of Pangbourne. The rental properties available are often apartments situated in the village centre and close to local amenities.

Selling your home in Pangbourne

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

Haslams and our community

We recognise that we are part of the community in which we live and work. We strive to support local businesses and charities. In Pangbourne, Haslams have been involved in the sponsorship of the Village Fete and the Old Berks Hunt Point-to-Point.

pangbourne horse riders

Fun fact

It is widely believed that Pangbourne served as the inspiration to Kenneth William’s ‘Wind in the Willows’.

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Haslams Estate Agents

Our agents are experts in the local area. Get in touch and we'll be happy to answer any questions that you have about the charming village of Pangbourne and the local area.

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