Oakwood of Langley

Contact Details

Oakwood of Langley

2 Clayton Parade, High Street

 01753 944007

Opening Hours

  • Monday - Thursday
  • 9:00am - 6:30pm
  • Friday
  • 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday
  • 9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Sunday
  • 9:00am - 11:30am
  • Bank Holidays
  • 10:00am - 2:00pm

Josh Godfrey - Managing Director

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Area Guide

Oakwood Estates of Langley are an Award Winning Independent Family Business with a consistent record of market leadership. Langley fits perfectly within the Oakwood Estates network of branches located along Crossrail. Langley has good schools, good transport links and a wide selection of properties for all types of buyers. There are 17 schools of all types in the area which is a great attraction for families; this explains why demand is always strong for competitively priced property. Links to junction 5 of the M4 makes Langley a suitable place for quick access to London or towards Reading and the West. This Berkshire village offering suburban but leafy surroundings has a population of just over 17,500 spread across an area of 1.4 square miles.

Current average prices in the Langley area are:

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Our Managing Directors Viewpoint

It is a real pleasure to be able to work in the busy rentals and sales environment which Langley provides. Every day is filled with viewing, valuations and plenty of calls. My team love the buzz that the area brings to this new branch. Another benefit is the amount of ‘walk ins’ that we handle through the week. Due to the location of our Langley Branch and our onsite parking people can pop in when they are passing by. All these factors create a busy office and solid formula when it comes to selling and renting property.

Over the past 7 years we have seen price increases of up to 66% with Langley’s house prices rising to an average of £360,000. Such growth can be attributed to what’s known as ‘The Crossrail Effect.’ Since the announcement and then construction of the super-fast Elizabeth Line we have noticed an increase in demand which has resulted in our registrations doubling when comparing figures to 2012. 'The Crossrail Effect' is set to ramp up another gear when the line is completed in 2021. We anticipate further increases in property values and a surge in demand from applicants moving out of London to the suburbs.