THE sales team at Inland Homes are in for a busy weekend.

The developer is opening two new show flats today (Saturday) in the apartment block at Centre Square, Wycombe and over in Beaconsfield, the selling agent for the housebuilder is releasing the initial phase of what used to be officers married quarters at Wilton Park, the former MoD language school in Beaconsfield Old Town.

But, first, as newsreaders say on the telly, here are details about the one- and two-bedroom contemporary flats in the newly built Rotunda Apartments building on the Wycombe development.

Prices start at £229,999 for a one-bed.

Help to Buy is an option for eligible buyers (those who won’t own another property when they buy one here).

Inland’s overall Centre Square scheme is part of a radical regeneration of the west side of the town centre. It’s an area on the up.

The apartment block is opposite the Desborough Road entrance to the Eden Centre shopping mall.

The position, bang in the middle of the shops and all the leisure amenities in the centre of town, could hardly be better, albeit the railway station is on the opposite side of town.

For most people that’s about a ten minute walk.

The show flats in the Rotunda complex will be ready to receive visitors from 10 am tomorrow.

Sales and marketing manager Anne-Louise Emery says 56 per cent of the Centre Square development has been sold off plan.

“We are expecting a huge amount of interest in the show homes. The apartments offer buyers fantastic value for money without compromising on specification or location.

“The security gated development has underground parking for every home and for those who prefer two wheels there is safe place onsite to park your bike.”

At Inland’s Wilton Park development in Beaconsfield, three out of an initial release of 41 houses that were once married quarters for the officer ranks of the RAF will be on parade ready for inspection by buyers who make an appointment to view them this weekend via the agents at Savills in Beaconsfield.

The choice includes a three-bed semi and a couple of four bedroom detached in the Brackenwood neighbourhood at Wilton Park.

Each house has loads of potential for improvement but you need to go there to appreciate the extent. The parkland setting of the development at the entrance to the Old Town with all the classy boutiques and eating places within walking distance and the motorway network within five-ten minutes drive should be enough in itself to warrant a visit.

In time to come, future owners of No1 Wavell Road will be able show friends before and after pictures of their double fronted four bedroom detached house.

Like the other ex MoD houses for sale, today it looks rather forlorn but spruce it up, plant some bulbs in the front garden and the price you could buy it for this weekend - £680,000 – will probably seem like a bargain.

The living room extends the full width of the property at the back: just over 34ft. The kitchen is 14 by 8. There’s a cloakroom in the hall, four bedrooms (three doubles and a single) and the main bathroom upstairs and a detached garage. All it needs is a family to bring it back to life.

The sales team at Centre Square are on 01494 211049.

The number for Savills in Beaconsfield, the selling agent for the houses at Wilton Park is 01494 731950.