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.
We sold and bought a house through Reeds Rains Pemberton. Janet was amazing, from the first initial contact until the day we picked up the keys to our new home. Nothing was too much trouble, she chased the people who needed chasing and kept us informed throughout! She is a very valuable asset to the company and the Pemberton branch are very lucky to have her!
She is an absolute treasure!
Sep 24, 2019
Couldn’t recommend Reeds Rains Pemberton enough, they made renting my first little home so easy and kept in constant contact throughout so I always knew what stage we were at. Rachel was especially brilliant. Wouldn’t go anywhere else!
Sep 21, 2019
Great service. Would definitely recommend.
A special thank you to Janet for helping us thru a difficult time and her attention to detail. Nothing was to little or too much for her. Thank you for everything.
Wigan is a town in Lancashire which is positioned on the River Douglas, and is centrally located to Manchester and Liverpool city centres. This is great for commuters to all major cities in the UK as it is located on the main rail line to London. During the industrial revolution, Wigan experienced an economic expansion and a rapid rise in the population. Wigan then became known as a major mill town and coal mining district. The first coal mine was established at Wigan in 1450 which ceased during the later part of the 20th century.