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A BIG double room to let in our 3 bedroom house has just come up for rent. Sadly, our flatmate is moving on to pastures greener. The house itself is large with a living room, break...
Looking for a fun and friendly professional to take on a large and comfortable double bedroom. Our friend is moving on to live with her partner and we are looking for somebody t...
Hello :) I have a beautiful room to rent in a quiet, cottage in Twyford Village. Brilliant location with great pubs, restaurants, takeaways and Waitrose a minute from our doorste...
If you are looking for a bit of peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle and the noise of the city centre but close enough for a leisurely stroll down to the cafe's and bars...
Large Double bedroom to rent in a vegetarian first floor Flat (No meat or fish allowed & No overnight visitors) There is a king size bed, inbuilt wardrobe and a bedside drawer i...
ALL BILLS INCLUDED - An amazing top floor Bedsit with own Kitchen, sharing modern shower room with only 2 others, in this recently refurbished House located to the east of Reading ...
Self - contained Studio Flat, adjoining a character detached House, set in a secluded plot off the Shinfield Road (opposite Crossfields School) convenient for Green Park, Winnersh ...
New Reading Flatmate
Alex - 33
Ideally a one bed flat for a single professional, but would consider a smart and professional house share with parking. Studios not considered....
Alina - 28
Hello, I am looking for a room for myself but ideally would like to live with my friend in the same house. Do you 2 rooms available in Reading? Contact me! Parking facility for 1 c...
Andrew - 28
I've lived in Reading for almost three years and haven't had an awful lot of luck with housemates. So I'm looking to change that! Currently, I live in a nice place but with a ho...
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Rooms to rent in Reading
Reading’s location at the meeting point of the Thames and Kennet rivers due west of London, has made it a popular and accessible town for 1,400 years. With some of the best transport links in the country, the borough of Reading now stretches to accommodate nearly 150,000 people and today is an important commercial hub with a small, but growing student population.
Renowned as one of the UK’s top ten retail destinations, Reading offers much more than just shopping. From the ruins of a medieval monastery to state-of-the-art business parks, Reading continues to acknowledge its ancient heritage while embracing the change necessary to compete in 21st century commerce.
Within the Reading borough itself, public transport is mainly served by road; with taxi services and a local bus network which covers both the main urban area and the surrounding towns. More recently Reading has experimented with a bicycle sharing system which is set to expand to include 1,000 bicycles available at 150 docking stations across the town.
Reading’s relatively small student population gathers in areas to the east of central Reading such as Woodley or lower rent areas including Northcourt, Earley and Whitely. For professionals, a huge range of housing options is available; from the ever-popular flatshares in Caversham to outlying villages such as Sonning Common, Shiplake or even nearby Henley-on-Thames.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: £395
- Average time to find a room: 31 days
- Average time to let a room: 45 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 85%
- Students renting rooms: 15%