Coming Soon Apartments in Maidenhead

Brand new homes on the London-Berkshire border

One Maidenhead brings you the best of both worlds. A place in the Home Counties where you can connect with nature and have the space to breathe, with a direct route into London for when you’re commuting to work or craving city life.

Choose from a range of new flats to rent in Maidenhead with the option of fully-furnished, part-furnished or unfurnished to suit your needs.

You’ll have Wi-Fi included and ready to go from day one, as well as integrated, energy-efficient (EPC rated B) appliances to help you save on bills while helping the planet.

Free Wi-Fi Included
Free Wi-Fi Included
Great Transport Links
Great Transport Links
Green Spaces & Private Terraces
Green Spaces & Private Terraces
Pet Friendly
Pet Friendly
24 Hour On-Site Security
24 Hour On-Site Security
Co-working Space
Co-working Space
Shared Resident Communal Spaces
Shared Resident Communal Spaces
Local Cafes, Shops & Restaurants
Local Cafes, Shops & Restaurants
On-site Maintenance
On-site Maintenance
On-site Parcel Store
On-site Parcel Store
Furnished & Unfurnished Options
Furnished & Unfurnished Options
Keyless Entry
Keyless Entry
Secure Bike Parking
Secure Bike Parking

Getting around

Maidenhead benefits from being on both the Great Western Railway and Elizabeth line with the average train journey to London taking 35 mins and quickest taking 17 mins. Whether you are heading east or further out west you’ll be on your way in no time:

  • 19 minutes to London Paddington (GWR)
  • 40 minutes to Bond Street (0 changes, Elizabeth Line)
  • 54 minutes to Canary Wharf (0 changes, Elizabeth Line)
  • 43 minutes to Heathrow
  • 14 minutes to Reading

For local exploration, there are 500 on-site spots for bike parking.

There’s more to living in Maidenhead

One Maidenhead represents a perfect blend of city buzz and rural tranquility. Maidenhead’s town centre continues to thrive with the newly reopened waterways now lined with restaurants and cafes.

Just down the road in the quaint village of Bray you’ll find a foodie’s haven, home to two three-star Michelin restaurants. Head to Cookham to browse art galleries and indie shops, and to Taplow for picturesque riverside walks and boating. And of course, Windsor & Eton are just a few miles away for immersing yourself in royalty and history.

Living in Maidenhead

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Apartments for rent at One Maidenhead

One Maidenhead offers homes to rent with fully-furnished, part-furnished and unfurnished options. Find ‘the one’ amongst 429 brand new homes in Maidenhead offering 1-3 bedrooms in different shapes, sizes and styles. You’ll also have the freedom to decorate and make it your own, and we’re pet-friendly, so your furry friends can come too.

Frequently asked questions about living in Maidenhead

Maidenhead is located in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, within the county of Berkshire. Located within the north east of the county, it is adjacent to Buckinghamshire and Greater London. Neighbouring towns include Windsor, Eton, Marlow and is just south of the Chiltern Hills, a recognised Area of Outstanding National Beauty.

No, Maidenhead is located outside of London in Berkshire although Maidenhead benefits from excellent transport links. Residents can travel from Maidenhead to Central London on the Elizabeth Line and via regular National Rail services.

Maidenhead is just shy of 30 miles (48km) from Central London. Within a weekday there are 125 direct rail journeys between Maidenhead and London Paddington. The average train journey takes about 35 mins and the fastest journey time takes 17 mins.

You can also travel from Maidenhead to Paddington via the Elizabeth Line with trains every 15 minutes which take 40 minutes.

Maidenhead is outside of the TfL zones. Maidenhead railway station, which is less than five minutes from One Maidenhead, is served by Great Western Railway and the Elizabeth line. It is also the junction for the Marlow Branch Line.

Maidenhead is a popular commuter town, offering quick and more affordable journeys into London than others on the western belt, such as Reading.

Its riverside location is also appealing, and the town centre has recently been restored through The Maidenhead Waterway project which has created an accessible waterway that everyone can enjoy.

Maidenhead town centre offers a great selection of pubs, restaurants and cafes, with popular spots on the waterside including Coppa Club and Bakedd.

Maidenhead is also close to the suburb of Bray, known for being home to two of the eight three-Michelin-starred restaurants in the United Kingdom; the Roux brothers’ Waterside Inn and Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck.

Council tax in Maidenhead starts from £1,062.62 (Band A) for 2023/24. Visit the Royal Borough of Maidenhead and Windsor website for more details. The exact council tax band for One Maidenhead is TBC.

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We have neighbourhoods in both South and East London as well as Manchester. Places for discovery, each one is located next to parks and biodiverse green spaces, while having a choice of connections into the city. We work with independent businesses and cultural organisations to enliven the places we create and host events to bring people together. Feel safe and secure with on-site teams and 24/7 security.