The Reeds Rains estate agents Ashton Under Lyne, Greater Manchester enjoys a prominent position in the heart of the town centre on Fletcher Street. We offer a full range of services for all sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants and can tailor that service to meet individual needs. The branch office is situated to the rear of the market hall and is within easy walking distance from the local bus, train and tram stations. There is also a large car park close to the office.
Extremely friendly and very professional staff. Andrew, Carol, Amy. Thank you for a great service in letting our properties
Sep 16, 2021
We have just bought out first home with Reed rains, the staff were wonderful and very patience with us. I would highly recommend them. Thank you again for your professional service
Sep 30, 2021
I have had the privilege of dealing with Tracey, Carol and Amy since 2015 when I chose Reed Rains to fully manage my property to let and recently sell. From the outset they have always been friendly, helpful very professional, up to date with legislation and very responsive.
When I have emailed they respond, when I have called they always answer and get back to me quickly on any issue. Happy tenants tend to extend and renew their contracts and when you are working with such a great team this has always been my experience.
Recently I decided to sell and Carol arranged the first six viewings on the same day from which I received 3 offers, one of which was excepted and I am delighted to say recently completed.
I recommend them highly to anyone thinking of buying/selling or letting a property, you will find yourself in the best of hands.
Oct 5, 2021
We know Ashton-under-Lyne
Ashton under Lyne is a traditional market town which can be traced back to the Doomsday Book in the 11th century. It is the centre of a group of small northern towns which make up the borough of Tameside and has a population of around 45,000. It is situated 6.2 miles east of Manchester city centre on the north bank of the River Tame and with easy access to picturesque countryside and moorland. The town grew rapidly during the industrial revolution of the 1700's and was an important part of the cotton industry. Many of the old mills have now been converted into modern executive apartments.