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  • 92 High Street
  • Slough
  • Berkshire
  • SL1 1EL, UK
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Slough Estate Agents 

Resting in the shadow of Windsor and within easy reach of both Reading and London, Slough is popular with both commuters and those looking for a life less urban. If you’re looking for a dream home in Slough, our team of local estate agents is ready to help you navigate the local property market. 

With a powerful combination of experience, dedication to great service, and intimate local knowledge, our team of Slough estate agents is perfectly placed to help you buy a home in Slough, find the right tenant for your letting property, or get you the best price for your property when it’s time to sell. 

  • Free, no-obligation market appraisals 
  • An extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties 
  • Land and new homes 
  • Property management support 
  • Student lettings 
  • Expert investment and market advice  

Our Slough estate agents are in their central office on the High Street between 9:00am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday or 10:00am – to 3:00pm on Saturdays. Alternatively, give them a call between 08:30am and 8:00pm during the week. And, of course, you can send an email any time and our team will get back to you as soon as they can. 

Our Slough estate agents have the local knowledge needed to find you the best property in the right area for you. Speak to them today to start the search for your new dream home. 

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  • Chalvey
  • Colnbrook
  • Farnham Common
  • Farnham Royal
  • Hedgerley
  • Iver
  • Langley
  • Stoke Poges
  • West Drayton (Lettings Only)
  • Wexham
  • Cippenham
  • Burnham
  • Britwell
  • Datchet (Sales Only)
  • Manor Park
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George

  • Sales Manager
  • DDI:01753 628205

Ben

  • Regional Director
  • DDI:01344 928693
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  • Chancellors
  • 92 High Street
  • Slough
  • Berkshire
  • SL1 1EL, UK
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Marc

  • Regional Director
  • DDI:01183 044744

Maya

  • Lettings Customer Manager
  • DDI:01753 628212

Ahsan

  • Lettings Negotiator
  • DDI:01753 628211

Mehtaab

  • Sales Negotiator
  • DDI:01753 628208

Klaudia

  • Sales Negotiator
  • DDI:01753 941549
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  • Chancellors
  • 92 High Street
  • Slough
  • Berkshire
  • SL1 1EL, UK
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Slough is a thriving commercial and cultural hub in the South East of England with excellent transport connections to London, Heathrow, and the rest of the country via the M4 Corridor.

Its close proximity to the capital is desirable for those looking to commute to London, however with many world-leading brands residing within Slough Trading Estate, such as Mars Confectionary, Centrica PLC, O2 and Ferrari, there is a greater tendency for people to travel into Slough.

The energetic town centre has ample parking and exemplary public transport services to surrounding areas, as well as a variety of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.

Outside the town there are magnificent parks and open spaces to explore, with many famous landmarks within reaching distance such as Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace, Ascot Racecourse and the many tourist attractions of London.

With a fantastic location, great schools, rich history, first class industry and business infrastructure, and a huge redevelopment on the horizon, there has never been a better time to consider moving to Slough.

Town Centre and the Heart of Slough Project 

The town centre offers a diverse and eclectic mix of things to do, from dining in one of its many exquisite restaurants to ice skating in an arena where Torvill and Dean once trained.

Slough town centre is the subject of an ongoing multimillion-pound regeneration project that will provide a wealth of new amenities and facilities. The scheme is expected to create thousands of jobs for the town.

The “Heart of Slough” project, responsible for the redevelopment of the town, has seen old buildings replaced with new, environmentally sustainable, multi-functional complexes such as The Curve – a learning and cultural centre in the town centre that comprises a library, café, museum and performance space.


Transportation in Slough 

Situated between the M4, M40 and M25 motorways, Slough has easy and convenient access to Heathrow Airport and a fast train link to London.

It is 10 kilometres away from Heathrow Airport and takes less than 20 minutes on the train to get to Paddington station, whilst there are many similarly quick trains that cover the rest of London. Slough is also on the accessible M4 corridor, making road links exceptionally good with the rest of county.

Things to do in Slough 

Slough has so much to offer from tranquil open spaces to an abundance of leisure and entertainment facilities, including:

  • River Thames
  • Burnham Beeches
  • Upton Court Park
  • Black Park
  • Langley Park
  • UGC Cinema Complex
  • Montem Leisure Centre with Swimming Pool and Ice Rink
  • Slough Indoor Tennis Club
  • Legoland in Windsor
  • ‘The Centre ‘ in Slough for a variety of events from plays to live bands
  • Windsor’s Theatre Royal

What is Slough Like? 

Perhaps best known as the setting of Ricky Gervais’ The Office, Slough is an often-overlooked gem in Berkshire. Close enough to London for commuters. the town itself is undergoing massive regeneration, with investments in shopping centres, libraries, and offices. Slough has even been named the best UK town to get a job with above-average wages and plenty of vacancies, making it a worthy place to make a home in its own right. 

Slough is a favourite of international travellers too, thanks to the proximity of Heathrow Airport. The airport is naturally a major employer in the area, as well as the hospitality industry that supports it. Plenty of businesses have made their home in the Slough Trading Estate made famous by The Office, from Mars Confectionary, Centrica PLC, O2, and even Ferrari. 

Slough also benefits from a number of green spaces and enjoys two major theme parks within easy reach. Coupled with the excellent schools, and that makes Slough a fantastic choice for those raising a family. 

There’s almost too much to Slough to list here, but some of the highlights include: 

  • Green spaces abound in Slough, including Black Park and Langley Park, which are perfect for adults and children alike. 
  • Slough benefits from having two theme parks on its doorstep, so you’ll have your pick of LEGOLAND and Thorpe Park when it comes to entertaining the kids. 
  • The Curve is a modern and stylish facility that serves as library, museum, gallery, and entertainment venue all in one. 

Transport Links  

Slough benefits from excellent transport links thanks to its proximity to the M4 and M25 motorways and its train line.  

The M25 puts much of London within your reach, and sitting by the M4 means you can arrive in Reading in 30 minutes, Swindon in just over an hour, and Bath and Bristol in less than two hours. 

If you’d rather travel by rail, Slough railway station connects you with London Paddington in just over 40 minutes and, in the other direction, Reading in just 16 minutes and Oxford in under an hour. 

And for those looking to travel a little further, Heathrow Airport is less than 20 minutes away by car, putting international destinations right on your doorstep. 

Schools in the Area

There are plenty of excellent schools in Slough, making it a fantastic place for parents to raise their children. 

Parents of younger children will be drawn to Montem Academy and Langley Academy Primary, both of which Ofsted consider to be ‘outstanding’. It noted how pupils at Montem “achieve well in reading, writing and mathematics”, while parents of students at Langley “are highly complimentary about this outstanding school. They are delighted with the care and education that their children receive.” 

Older children will be well-served by Herschel Grammar School and St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School, which Ofsted similarly rated as ‘outstanding’. Ofsted noted that pupils at Herschel “thrive in the school’s academic, yet very caring and secure, environment” and that students at St Bernard’s “learn extremely well because so much teaching is of a very high quality.” 

For those looking to study beyond the age of 18, Slough is an excellent location given its proximity to Reading University: just 30 minutes away by rail. 

Attractions in Slough

When you live in Slough, you’re spoilt for green spaces, fun activities, and plenty of culture too. 

Despite its name, Black Park is a fantastic destination for when you’re in the mood for a green space. Covering over 500 acres of woodland, heathland and open space, Black Park’s beauty has made it a popular filming location. Spot wildlife along one of the many stunning tracks and trails, walk around the lake, or take the kids to the adventure or treehouse play areas. Speaking of kids, Black Park is also home to Go Ape, making Black Park a treasure trove of outdoor activities for families! 

Langley Park is another excellent park in Slough, being a haven for wildlife as well as offering beautiful views of Windsor Castle. Wander amongst the oak and chestnut trees of Kings Wood, or stop and admire the beautiful views of Windsor Castle. The Temple Gardens are a must-visit in spring, when the rhododendrons create a riot of colour, and there’s a play garden for children too. 

The Curve is more than just a library. While it does have a fantastic array of books to borrow, the stunning building also hosts a gallery and a museum as well as serving as a performance venue. The museum is particularly fascinating, with over 6,000 objects and 5,000 photos and some of the exhibits housed in pods that create a historical trail of Slough around the building. The gallery hosts a different local artist or group of artists each month, making the Curve worthy of repeat visits. 

Families in Slough benefit from the proximity of not one, but two major theme parks: LEGOLAND Windsor and Thorpe Park. LEGOLAND is the perfect park for families with children between 5 and 12, with over 55 rides and attractions that see you fleeing from fearsome dragons or joining a Viking fleet to ride the rapids. Thorpe Park is further away, just over 25 minutes by car, and is more suitable for older children given the larger rides like Nemesis Inferno and SAW. 

Bars, Restaurants and Nightlife 

Slough is blessed with a wide variety of places to eat, drink, and have a good time. 

When you’re ready for a drink, visit The Kings Head. Residents rave about the friendly and welcoming service. There’s a fantastic menu for those looking for something to eat, including popular signature dishes and excellent Sunday roasts! There’s also a huge range of beers, wines, and spirits on offer. 

Fans of Italian food should visit New Bettola, which promises authentic and fresh food cooked to order. Food is prepared with locally-sourced ingredients and breads and cakes are baked on site. With pizzas, pastas, and Italian classics on the menu, there’s plenty of choice to prompt a return visit. 

Family-run Panjab Restaurant is a must-visit for anyone who enjoys Indian food. The family transformed an old Post Office building into a cosy restaurant that takes Panjabi traditions and offers classic dishes as well as creating new twists that result in something special. The staff are friendly and welcoming, and the owner’s enthusiasm for good food and warm welcomes makes your visit an experience to remember. 

The Old Five Bells is a fantastic combination of British Pub with quality food. Whether you’re craving a vegan Beyond Burger, a confit Gressingham duck leg, or a fillet of beef burger, there’s plenty to dig into. Smaller plates are available for lighter diners or to accompany a good drink, of which there is plenty of choice, with beers, wines, and spirits aplenty. 

And the Curve is more than just a library. It also provides Slough residents with a 280-seat venue which regularly hosts band and comedy nights, as well as shows and film nights. Warmer weather sees performances spill out into the square, with outdoor performances.  

Leisure Centres and Outdoor Activities 

There are plenty of places to go in Slough when you want to get active. 

The Centre is a well-equipped facility that’s perfect for exercise. The gym is packed with 115 stations of state-of-the-art equipment, while the fitness studios host classes suitable for everyone. Swimmers will love the 8-lane, 25-metre pool, and there’s a separate training pool too. The sports hall boasts LED flooring to adaptively create courts for anything from badminton to basketball, volleyball to five-a-side football. The centre even hosts a sauna and a steam room for unwinding after an active session. 

Slough Ice Arena is more than just ice. The arena is open for everyone, whether it’s your first time pulling on skates or you’re a seasoned skater. But it also features a well-equipped gym with plenty of modern equipment suitable to losing weight or building strength. There’s even a climbing wall, so there’s plenty to do no matter what your interest is. 

Golfers will love Wexham Park Golf Centre if only because of the choice of two courses! The Blue Course is perfect for players of all abilities, offering 18 holes in an oasis of parkland that’s lined with beautiful trees and filled with plenty of water hazards. The Green Course is shorter than the Blue, with 9 holes set into undulating greens and wide fairways that challenge the player to make a full range of shots while being short enough to welcome new golfers into the game and the club too. 

Find out more about Slough in our article on living in Slough.

History of Slough

Slough has a rich and fascinating history, developing over the last century into an economic powerhouse and the most ethnically diverse region in the UK outside of the capital.

With 96 listed buildings, Slough’s cultural heritage reaches from the 900-year-old St Laurence’s Church in Upton, to St Mary’s Church in Langley which was built in the late 11th or 12th century. It is also home to many decadent country houses.

The town’s original purpose was to provide coaches travelling between London and Bath with a stopping-off point, remaining this way until the advent of the modern railway infrastructure in the 1800s. It quickly flourished and expanded due to its location and transportation links.

In 1920 the Slough Trading Estate was established, becoming one of the first business parks in the UK. It is now the largest in Europe with almost 500 acres of commercial property.

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