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.
I am from out of the area, looking at a couple of properties and rang and spoke to a guy called Jason. He was so helpful and seemed very knowledgeable about the area and the amenities. Jason was attentive and helped put me at ease. I still haven't decided on a property yet but think, the good customer service deserved commenting on.
Feb 26, 2018
I recently had a valuation from Jemma at Reeds Rains. The staff where very friendly, informative and helpful. Being honest I am not looking at selling till next year but if you are considering moving I would certainly recommend them. There approach was refreshing and the information provided very useful.
Mar 7, 2018
Met Alan from the Pemberton branch a few times now when viewing different properties and I must say he is a very friendly and professional agent who does his best to give any advice you may need and really takes the time to get to know you as a person. Thanks for the great help!
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.