RAINHEAD showers in the bathroom, app-controlled lighting, underfloor heating, USB charging sockets – these are just some of the space age features homebuyers in the market for a new flat hope to find but usually don’t.

They will find all these and more innovations in the 53 apartments being built in Wycombe town centre at prices starting from £185,000.

Two of the properties at the entrance level price on the Tempus Court development in Bellfield Road are what the developer calls City Apartments.

Effectively they’re studios with an open plan living area but here the bedroom is separated from the living room/kitchen by a glass wall which can be changed from clear to opaque at the flick of a switch.

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The other properties converted from the former five storey office block (older residents in Wycombe may remember when the building was the HQ of the Household Mortgage Corporation) are a mix of duplexes where the rooms are spread over two levels and contemporary one and two-bedroom apartments.

The specification for the snazzy new flats at Tempus Court includes a streamlined kitchen with app-controlled under unit lighting, oven, hob and integrated fridge, a USB charging point and vinyl oak finished floor.

Other features which comes as standard are the oak veneered internal doors, fitted carpet in the bedroom, dimmable spotlights in the living area, the security coded cycle store in the car park, the video entry system and the lift to all floors.

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The development is three minutes walk from the Eden Centre and 12 minutes walk from the station, which takes you into London, Birmingham, Oxford, Bicester and Stratford-upon-Avon to name but a few towns and cities.

The Eden Centre has all the amenities you could want with plenty of clothes shops, department stores and restaurants.

The show home at Tempus Court is open by appointment through the agents.

Call the Land and New Homes department of JNP in Wycombe on 01494 521222.

In the meantime you can find out more details by tapping into developer Ocea’s dedicated microsite www.tempuscourt.info.