Property Rental and Lettings
haart Lettings Earley is part of the UK’s largest independent estate and lettings agents. Every year we help thousands of people to achieve their aims, whether they’re letting out a property, or keen to rent one.
Earley is located between Wokingham and Reading and often makes it into the top rankings of the regular ‘best places to live’ surveys. Close to the M4, and with trains into London Waterloo, as well as the centre of Reading, Earley is a prime location for people wanting to rent who work along the M4 corridor. From Reading, you can be in London Paddington in 25 minutes by train, and Crossrail will provide even faster access into Central London.
Earley itself has a good choice of schools, a leisure centre and various parks; the shopping, sports and cultural attractions of Reading are a quick bus, train journey, or drive away. The town is handy for workers employed at Reading’s many business/science parks and is close to the University of Reading and the Royal Berkshire Hospital.
It’s no surprise, then, that Reading, and Earley, are experiencing huge growth, with many new build apartment developments springing up. Whether you’re looking to let or rent in Earley, Reading, the haart Lettings team is here to help.
Areas covered by Reading lettings agents
RG1, RG2, RG26 RG4, RG41 RG5, RG6, RG7Properties to let in Reading
Meet the Team
We can help you let or rent a property in Earley
- Free rental valuations
- Database of thousands of prospective tenants
- Extensive choice of properties to rent
We use rightmove.co.uk, onthemarket.com and our own haart website to market properties. We also advertise in local newspapers and across social media.
The haart Lettings Earley office is open Monday to Saturday. Come and see us at 193 Wokingham Road or give us a call.
David Brownbill, Branch Partner
We know Earley
The civil parish of Earley in Berkshire is in a central location between the larger towns of Wokingham and Reading and rated as one of the most desirable postcode areas to live in England.
Earley has a population of around 30,000 and has handy transport links to the M4 and trains into London Waterloo.
The town has five schools, leisure centre, recreational ground and number of open park spaces, plus the Waterside Centre - offering canoeing and kayaking in Thames Valley Park.
Earley has some excellent schools, including South Lake Primary and Adlryngton Primary, both rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. Maiden Erlegh School and the Bulmershe School are secondaries that are rated ‘Good’.
Beecham Road, Reading, RG30 2RB 1 bed Mid-Terrace House RG30 £350
Sibley Park Road, Lower Earley, RG6 5UB 1 bed Mid-Terrace House RG6 £900