The Pemberton branch of estate agents Reeds Rains is located at the heart of Pemberton village and can be found on Ormskirk Road which is the main road that runs through the centre of Pemberton. The branch is located next door to Natwest bank and across the road from the Royal Bank of Scotland. Junction 26 of the M6 is within one mile of the branch; take a right turning on to the main road when leaving the motorway and the branch can be found on the right hand side. Free parking can be found at the rear of the office. Ormskirk road is on a main bus route with the closest bus stop just a minutes’ walk away.
We cover Pemberton and the surrounding areas including Shevington and Ashton in Makerfield.
Recently found a property from reeds rains pemberton and the staff was really helpful. Alan who showed us around twice was great. Explained very well everything in the property. Gave us plenty help and advice. Felt relaxed looking around the property. Alan was kind and helpful. Also very helpful to my grandma helping her in and out of the house.
May 20, 2019
Great service, Alan who has shown me around a couple of properties has been brilliant. Very helpful. Hoping that the search for a property for my daughter is now over as we have found the perfect little place thanks to Reeds Rains - thanks Steph Allen and Elizabeth
May 23, 2019
Recently advertised our property to rent and had a brilliant experience from Reeds Rains. Bryony was so friendly and helpful and always dealt with everything really promptly. Will definitely use them again!
Jun 5, 2019
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