Estate Agents in Berkshire

Berkshire Estate and Letting Agents. At Jones Robinson, we value your home. 

If you're seeking to sell your home, let your rental property, looking to buy or rent a property in Berkshire, or you'd like to get an expert valuation, our property professionals at our Newbury and Lambourn & Hungerford branches are here to help. Over the past 25 years, Jones Robinson has assisted hundreds of clients and is one of the estate agents in Berkshire and the surrounding area. Jones Robinson was established in 1998.

As a business, we believe in strong values; not only maximising the value of your home but remaining true to our aim of looking after the interests of our customers. We pride ourselves on providing real and honest communication so that you will value the experience of selling or letting your home with us as much as we value acting for you.

We offer a variety of services, including:

Are you looking to sell your home? Book a free home valuation with us today!

Living in Berkshire 

Nestled in the South East of England, Berkshire offers an enchanting blend of serene countryside, rich heritage, and modern conveniences. The county is renowned for its idyllic landscapes, with rolling hills, tranquil rivers, and quaint villages that invite residents to partake in outdoor pursuits, leisurely walks, and an appreciation of nature's beauty.

Berkshire's towns and villages showcase a vibrant tapestry of life. From the lively cultural hub of Reading, with its flourishing arts scene, to the delightful market towns of Newbury and Wokingham, there is a strong sense of community and a diverse range of amenities to cater to various interests and preferences. The county also takes pride in its exceptional educational institutions, providing access to renowned schools and colleges.

Furthermore, Berkshire's central location and efficient transport networks offer seamless connectivity. Whether for work or leisure, residents can easily access major cities like London and Oxford, while still revelling in the tranquillity of their surroundings. This accessibility opens up a wealth of employment opportunities and allows individuals to strike a balance between the rural charm of Berkshire and the urban possibilities nearby.


Brief History of Berkshire

Berkshire's history weaves captivating stories, noble legacies, and enduring traditions. Nestled in the heart of England, this county has witnessed the ebb and flow of civilizations, leaving an indelible mark on its landscape.

During the Roman era, Berkshire flourished as part of the prosperous province of Britannia. The Romans constructed roads, villas, and towns, connecting the region to the wider empire. Well-preserved ruins at Silchester serve as enduring testaments to their influence.

Medieval Berkshire saw the rise of castles and abbeys, shaping both the landscape and culture. Windsor Castle, an architectural marvel, hosted royalty for centuries and remains a symbol of regal splendour. Newbury, a historic market town, grew around its 12th-century castle, witnessing clashes during the English Civil War.

The legacy of the past lives on, shaping the identity and spirit of the county, as Berkshire proudly holds its place in the tapestry of British history.

Facts about Berkshire

  • The small village of Bucklebury in Berkshire gained international attention as the childhood home of Catherine Middleton, now known as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

  • Berkshire was once known for its extensive silk production industry. The town of Newbury, in particular, played a significant role in the silk trade during the 18th and 19th centuries.

  • Berkshire has its own local specialty called "Berkshire Pigs." These pigs are a breed known for their succulent meat and distinct flavour, and they have been traditionally raised in the area for centuries. 

  • The oldest surviving artificial waterway in Britain, the Kennet and Avon Canal, passes through Berkshire.


Areas We Cover:

Operating across West Berkshire, Jones Robinson provides expert property services to individuals looking for Newbury estate agents, estate agents in Lambourn & Hungerford, ThatchamKingsclere, Wickham and surrounding areas. Take a look at all the properties for sale in our areas below:

Ashampstead Ashford Hill Baughurst Beenham Bishop's Green Boxford Bradfield Southend Brightwalton Brimpton Bucklebury
Chaddleworth Chieveley Cold Ash Compton Crookham Curridge East Ilsey Ecchinswell Frilsham Halfway
Hampstead Norreys Headley Hermitage Highclere Inkpen Kingsclere Kintbury Leckhampstead Midgham Newtown Common
Peasemore Stockcross Thatcham Upper Bucklebury West Ilsey Wickham Winterbourne Woodspeen Woolhampton Yattendon

Contact Us Today

Newbury Branch:

Jones Robinson Estate Agents Newbury
118 Bartholomew St,
RG14 5DT

Phone: 01635 35010

Lambourn & Hungerford Branch:

Jones Robinson Lambourn,
Market Place,
RG17 8XU

Phone: 01488 73337

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