A new housing development in Slough is thought to be catching the eye of property investors.
Trinity, developed by Shanly Homes, is set to launch this spring and will provide 117 new homes.
The scheme is situated on Windsor Road in Slough and has been designed by bblur architecture - the firm behind Slough's new cultural centre, The Curve.
Trinity is due to be completed in summer 2018 and will boast one and two-bedroom apartments with 'open plan living arrangements and stylish interiors'.
The development is less than a ten minute walk from Slough High Street and the guide price for a two-bedroom apartment is circa £340,000.
Trinity's curved design - which is a hallmark of bblur's work in Slough - pays homage to one of the town's most famous past residents, William Herschel.
The 19th Century musician turned astronomer - who discovered Uranus and infrared radiation - lived just up the road from the Trinity development site at Observatory House.
“We have been inspired by the ideas and principles behind Herschel’s work and wanted to represent these for the 21st Century," says Matthew Bedward, partner at bblur.
"At Trinity, the villas are to be built from traditional brick for longevity. Their curved frontages will play with sunlight and shadow to provide dynamic, elegant and ever changing façades,” he says.
The new development is set to benefit from the arrival of Crossrail in 2019 as well as the £290 million regeneration scheme, The Heart of Slough project.
The scheme will span three hectares providing 70,000 sq metres of office space, a 120 bedroom hotel, bus station and new homes.
The new commercial quarter will also create 4,800 permanent jobs bringing a surge of professionals to the town.
“Slough has always had huge potential with its great transport links and location in the Thames Valley, but in the past has been overlooked as simply a industrial town,” says Nigel Sawers, sales and marketing director at Shanly Homes.
“Investment in the town centre is helping give Slough a new identity as a commercial hub, where people want to work, socialise and live.”
“We are already seeing the benefits with significant house price growth and exciting new cultural projects coming to the town.”
“Trinity presents a real opportunity for investors and homeowners to reap the rewards of Slough’s rejuvenation in terms of financial return and being part of a new, thriving neighbourhood,” adds Sawers.