461 Homes For Sale in Reading, PA

  • Private House With Fireplace
    $648,900New
    6 Beds5 Baths5,176 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19606
    Linda Strain
    |
    RE/MAX of Reading
  • 5-Bedroom House In Queen Anne Historic District
    $144,000New
    5 Beds2 Baths1,663 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19601
    Edward Stauffer
    |
    RE/MAX of Reading
  • Remodeled 6-Bedroom House In Queen Anne Historic District
    $144,900New
    6 Beds3 Baths1,816 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19601
    Elvin Morales
    |
    EXP Realty, LLC
  • House In Queen Anne Historic District
    $74,900New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,996 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19601
    Dana Stout
    |
    Wyomissing
  • Upgraded 2-Bedroom Townhouse In Spring Ridge
    $230,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths1,608 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19610
    Edward Stauffer
    |
    RE/MAX Evolved
  • Private House With Fireplace
    $244,900New
    4 Beds3 Baths1,631 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19606
    Melissa Keck
    |
    Realty One Group Exclusive
  • 4-Bedroom House In Pennside
    $234,900New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,753 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19606
    Megan Blew
    |
    Stout Associates Realtors
  • Updated Private House
    $159,900New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,168 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19609
    Daryl & Lisa Tillman
    |
    Daryl Tillman Realty Group
  • House In Pennside
    $127,500New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,520 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19606
    David Mattes
    |
    RE/MAX Evolved
  • Condo In Southeast Community
    $79,500New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,153 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19602
    Jenniffer Jimenez
    |
    Reading/Berks
  • 2-Story House In Kenhorst
    $106,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths925 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19607
    Jeffrey Weikel
    |
    Weikel Realty Group LLC
  • Updated 3-Bedroom Townhouse In 18Th And Cotton
    $79,900New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,008 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19606
    Wilson Zimmerman
    |
    EXP Realty, LLC
  • Private House With Sunroom
    $279,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths2,776 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19605
    Stephanie Young
    |
    Keller Williams Platinum Realty
  • Multi-Family Home In Penn S Common
    $185,000New
    3,317 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19601
    Jose Candelaria
    |
    RE/MAX of Reading
  • Updated 3-Bedroom House In Kenhorst
    $159,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,176 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19607
    Penny Noll
    |
    RE/MAX Evolved
  • Renovated 6-Bedroom House In Reading
    $499,900New
    6 Beds4 Baths4,421 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19560
    David Decembrino
    |
    RE/MAX of Reading
  • 4-Bedroom House In Fox Chase
    $285,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,352 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19605
    Christine Storms
    |
    RE/MAX Evolved
  • Multi-Family Home In Penn S Common
    $120,000New
    1,312 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19602
    Jose Vazquez
    |
    Iron Valley Real Estate of Berks
  • 3-Bedroom House In Heather Knoll
    $160,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths1,520 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA, 19605
    James Williams
    |
    RE/MAX Evolved
Page 1 of 25

Nearby Homes

  • Restored 3-Bedroom House In Douglassville
    $725,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,784 Sq. Ft.
    Douglassville, PA 19518
  • 5-Bedroom House In Queen Anne Historic District
    $144,000New
    5 Beds2 Baths1,663 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA 19601
  • Remodeled 6-Bedroom House In Queen Anne Historic District
    $144,900New
    6 Beds3 Baths1,816 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA 19601
  • House In Queen Anne Historic District
    $74,900New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,996 Sq. Ft.
    Reading, PA 19601

Reading, Pennsylvania is the fifth largest city in the state, with over 87,000 residents. The city serves as the county seat for Berks County. It is the key city in the Greater Reading Area, and there are several beautiful homes for sale at attractive prices. The homes are filled with character and beauty. Many of them offer an appealing design and decent square footage. Homeowners love having a residence that is convenient to all that the city has to offer.

The city is named after the old Reading Railroad. This railroad transported anthracite coal from Pennsylvania’s Coal Region to areas in the eastern United States. In addition, the railroad was one of the four railroads used in the Monopoly board game. Today, Reading sits along major transportation routes that run through the East and Central parts of the state. Reading also has its own airport, Reading Regional Airport. In addition, it is conveniently located to several other larger airports. Many people that live in Reading use the local buses to get around town. The BARTA has been servicing people in the area for over 40 years. In addition, numerous companies operate out of the area, including Wal-Mart, Boscov’s, and Penske. The city is also home to two major hospitals, providing health care and jobs to the residents.

Interestingly, Reading was one of the first areas for outlet shopping, increasing the tourism in the region. There are also several pretzel bakEries in Reading. This is why Reading is sometimes called the "Pretzel City." In addition to shopping spots, there are multiple schools in the city. Many children attend school in the Reading School District. However, the area also has several Catholic parochial schools. Furthermore, Reading is home to higher learning institutions including, Pace Institute, Alvernia University, Albright College, and Reading Area Community College. The city is well known for its fire department, which has seven stations in the area. There is also a fire museum for residents and local tourists. Along with this museum, there are a variety of cultural activities. The Reading Symphony Orchestra is a town favorite. There are also multiple monuments, historic architecture and a theater. In addition, many people participate in local sporting events. The city is home to the Reading Fightin Phils, a minor league baseball team. Penske Racing is also based out of Reading. The culture, recreation, and city atmosphere are just a few reasons why people move to this part of Pennsylvania.