About your local estate agents

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Cricketts are ‘your’ local estate agents

We are a well-established, independent and highly-regarded estate agency based in Newbury. Offering a bespoke service to suit your individual needs, we get results.  

Whether it’s selling your home, helping you find something new, letting your property or finding you a rental, we work for you seven days a week.

Trustworthy experts guiding you every step of the way

Our solid reputation has been built on honesty and knowledgeable advice. Our friendly and professional team has extensive experience locally and never forgets that our client’s interest is paramount.

As individuals we care; we understand how stressful buying and selling your home can be and are here to help you every step of the way.

Our professionalism, proactive approach and highly motivated team are major factors in our success.

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We like to take care of our clients and we are available for you, seven days a week. Don’t hesitate to contact us to see how we can help you move today!

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Get to know West Berkshire

Discover the picturesque landscapes of West Berkshire. This charming region boasts several attractions including a top-class racecourse, which provides a showcase for famous musicians over the summer months, Donnington Castle and nearby Highclere Castle, the home of Downton Abbey.

Vibrant community

There is a plethora of leisure and arts facilities in Newbury & surrounding areas with a selection of golf courses, numerous health and fitness clubs; a multiplex cinema; the Corn Exchange, which offers a wide range of entertainment including comedy, theatre, music and film; the Watermill Theatre and Arlington Arts all on offer for local residents.

The calendar of events includes a yearly carnival; the Newbury Spring Festival, an eclectic celebration of music; the Crafty Craft race; a monthly artisan market, along with the regular Thursday and Saturday markets and a monthly farmer’s market, as well as many free events.

Running through Newbury is the Kennet and Avon canal, which is popular for narrow boats, fishing, canoeists, walkers and runners alike. With the Ridgeway easily accessible and stunning countryside surrounding the town, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.

From paragliding in the Wiltshire Downs to sailing in Sulhampstead, close to Reading or, if you prefer something more sedate, visit one of the many pretty villages and sample the plethora of atmospheric country pubs on offer.  The area is awash with a variety of clubs, societies and organisations catering for a wide range of interests.

Change is just around the corner

Newbury has a lively town centre which is undergoing a period of regeneration. The Parkway development has increased the variety of retail and eating options on offer and the forthcoming station and Kennet Centre redevelopment will continue to add to the vibrancy of the town.


The local schools in West Berkshire, from nursery to secondary, have excellent reputations and both state and private education are on offer.


The added benefit of being in an excellent position geographically continues to drive Newbury’s and the surrounding areas prosperity. On the main crossroads between London and the West Country, the South Coast and the Midlands, means London, Bristol, Birmingham and Southampton are all approximately an hour drive.

Easy road links to the M4 and M3, along with fast trains from Newbury station taking you directly to the heart of London in under an hour, makes West Berkshire an excellent commuter base.

Historic location

West Berkshire's history is rich and diverse, dating back to prehistoric times with evidence of early settlements. The region played a significant role during the Roman occupation, and its medieval heritage is reflected in historic sites like Donnington Castle.

Newbury specifically has a fascinating history being founded by a Norman knight in the 1070s, although the British, Celts, Romans and Saxons all farmed in the area long before then.

By the Middle Ages, Newbury had a booming textile industry, making it one of the top 20 towns in England. The town received a further boost to its fortunes when Georgian tourists stopped over on their way from London to Britain’s first tourist resort, Bath.

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