The Reeds Rains estate agents Chorley showcase a huge range of property for sale and to rent throughout England, North Wales and Northern Ireland. We've been established since 1868 and with our network of connected branches whose main focus is the sale and letting of all types of home along with a complimentary range of services designed to make it easier for you to sell, buy, let or rent your property.
Established in 1868, Reeds Rains have the expertise and knowledge to make home buying and selling, a smooth and simple process. The network provides sellers with the marketing potential to reach the widest possible audience, increasing the potential of finding a buyer and ensuring the most efficient sale is achieved.
Our friendly staff are always on hand, and have the necessary local knowledge to make the sale or purchase of your property as easy and straight forward as possible.
Reeds Rains combine the home buying and selling process with a range of complimentary services delivering high quality professional products, resulting in the complete property package.
Our Reeds Rains Chorley branch covers the following areas: Chorley, Whittle-le-Woods, Clayton-le-Woods, Euxton, Buckshaw Village, Adlington, Heath Charnock, Heapey, Brinscall, Brindle, Withnell, Charnock Richard, Heskin & Eccleston.
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The team at Reeds Rains Chorley are just brilliant!! We have mainly dealt with Janet, Roy and Toni but the whole team are so on the ball and so professional. They personally get to know you, what you want and you really do feel like they care. I would not hesitate in recommending them to anyone.
Mar 10, 2020
Smooth first time but for my partner and I, professional, friendly and always willing to ask any questions. Made it a nice easy move into our first home. Thanks to the entire team.
Mar 2, 2020
Excellent service. Friendly and professional staff; nothing is too much trouble. Highly recommended.
Chorley a bustling market town and a district in Lancashire. The town stands on the river Yarrow and the Leeds and Liverpool canal. As in much of Lancashire, the town's wealth came principally from the cotton industry; however it was a major market town due to its central location to four Lancashire towns. As recently as the 1970s the skyline was dominated by numerous factory chimneys, but most are now demolished: remnants of the industrial past include Morrison's chimney and a few other mill buildings, and the streets of terraced houses for mill workers. Chorley is known as the home of the Chorley cake.