High-end studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments situated less than 1 mile from Eton and only 2 miles from Windsor. Aspire is a 6-minute walk to Slough Train Station, with a commutable time of 16 minutes to Paddington. The Queen Elizabeth Line (Cross Rail) will provide a high-speed connection from Slough, across London when it launches in 2019.Check availability
Slough's attractions extend far beyond convenient travel links and being on London's doorstep. The newly developed suburb is the beating heart of a culturally diverse community, as well as a home to the highest concentration of European headquarters in the UK, named by the Observer as "Britain's Boomtown."
Away from the hustle and bustle, Slough boasts over 40 parks and open spaces of rural beauty, including Herschel Park, which is now listed as a Grade II park and nature reserve and only a 5-minute walk from Aspire.
Situated in East Berkshire and famously known as the home of notorious 19th century astronomer William Herschel, Slough is back on the map for all the right reasons. Due to its close proximity to London, fantastic travel links and one-billion-pound re-generation, Slough has now been branded as a hub of opportunity for investors, first time buyers and London commuters.
Slough's Grammar schools are amongst the UK's top 100 secondary schools, by GCSE results. (DfE 2014)
Crossrail is due to launch in 2019. Predictions show that the impact of Crossrail mean property values in Slough will rise by at least 60% by 2020. By 2020 Western Rail Access will connect Slough to Heathrow Airport with a 6-minute travel time, indicating continual growth of property values.
Throughout 2017, Slough house price growth hit a 13.8% increase while any house prices within a mile of a Crossrail station have risen by 66% since 2009.
At the beginning of 2000, Slough's average property price was £117,026
Due to a number of town centre commercial developments, a town centre re-generation project and Crossrail, the average property value is now worth £393,439.
Research has predicted that the average price in Slough could reach £570,486 (35% forecasted growth) due to the arrival of Crossrail, meaning a number of commuters are now looking to live outside of London.