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Wokingham is an attractive market town with excellent road and rail links. Popular schools and a vibrant community, it is attractive to families and residents who enjoy a high quality of life.

What's in Wokingham?

  1. 1Pubs and restaurants

    Wokingham boasts a diverse culinary scene with an array of delightful eateries and pubs/bars. If you are looking for a traditional British pub with a cosy atmosphere, The Rose Inn is a local favourite. If you’re in the mood for international flavours, Ruchetta is an excellent choice, serving delicious Italian cuisine in a stylish setting. Additionally, the town hosts a variety of popular bakeries/ cafes including GAIL’s bakery.

  2. 2Shopping

    The town centre is home to both independent and popular chain shops, including Oliver Bonas, Rococo Jewellery, MiMi and Antique Rose Boutique. For groceries, there is a Waitrose, Tesco superstore, local grocery shops and more.

  3. 3Health and fitness

    The area has many excellent sports clubs hosted around Wokingham and the gyms around the town provide great facilities. There are also a handful of Golf Courses nearby including Sand Martins in Finchampstead providing an 18-hole course with beautifully landscaped grounds.

    Golf Course
  4. 4Entertainment

    Wokingham has an impressive community scene for you and the family to get involved with. The town frequently has markets selling fresh produce and street food, shows in the Theatre, an annual music festival and many other events throughout the year. The renowned Nirvana Spa is also located in the local area should you wish to have a well-earned day or evening of relaxation.

  5. 5Education

    Wokingham and the surrounding area has many great primary and secondary schools rated ‘Outstanding’ and ‘Good’ by Ofsted, including Emmbrook Infant school for ages 4-7 years, Evendons Primary School for ages 4-11 years, and The Holt School for girls aged 11-18 years.

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  6. 6Transport

    Wokingham train station has direct routes to Reading and London Waterloo as well as linking to routes to Birmingham and Bristol via Reading. Close to Junction 10 of the M4 motorway, there is quick road access to Swindon, Bristol and Cardiff to the West, and Slough, Windsor and London to the East.

    Rail routes to Reading

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Michael Hardy Estate Agents

As Wokingham and Crowthorne's leading estate agents, Michael Hardy has been part of the local community for nearly 40 years. The team is passionate about the housing market and local area, so if you are looking to purchase a property, contact us today so we can help you find your perfect new home.

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