Conveyancing in Wokingham
Buying a house in Wokingham
Located in the southern English county of Berkshire, Wokingham is a market town that lies just over 30 miles west of central London. With a population of more than 30,000 and such close proximity to the capital, there is a thriving property market in Wokingham.
If you are wishing to buy or sell property in Wokingham, you must instruct a lawyer to complete the legal work on your behalf.
Let My Home Move Conveyancing carry out the necessary work and take advantage of our award winning levels of customer service, creative and time-saving use of technology and detailed knowledge of the local market.
We assign each of our clients a dedicated conveyancer who will look after all of your needs from start to finish, providing you with a consistent point of contact and regular updates on your case. At My Home Move Conveyancing we have put our expertise in local markets to good use so we are able with conveyancing in Wokingham and the surrounding area. From those interested in a two-bedroom modern mews on Poppy Place to three-bedroom Victorian houses and four-bedroom Tudor efforts on Rose Street, we can help.
The average house price in Wokingham is £359,988. During the past year most sales in the area involved detached properties, which went for an average of £567,638.
Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £375,871, terraces for £318,380 and flats for £236,957.
The local authority responsible for properties is Wokingham Borough Council. They can be contacted on 0118 974 6000 or at the following address:
Wokingham Borough Council
The local area
Believed to be named after a Saxon chieftain, Wokingham has a long history that encompasses its importance as a producer of silk during the Tudor period, a tough time during the 17th century Civil War, and links to brick-making, light engineering and software development. Nowadays it is a popular commuter town thanks to its proximity to London, while Reading is less than 10 miles away.
It is possible to reach the capital’s Paddington and Waterloo stations in around an hour, while there are services that whisk passengers to Reading in 10 minutes. The M4 passes to the north of Wokingham, heading towards London in the east and Bristol to the west, while the M3 passes to the south of town, and can be used to reach Southampton. Heathrow Airport is conveniently located around 20 miles away.
Families with children will be pleased to learn that there are some excellent schools in the area, with primary options including Finchampstead C of E, the Hawthorns and St Teresa’s on Easthampstead Road. The Holt School, St Crispin’s and Forest School in Winnersh are among the secondary choices, while the independent Reading Blue Coat School is the oldest in the borough.
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