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Amersham

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Amersham is made up of two areas. There is the Old Town which dates back to before the Domesday Book. Amersham on the Hill is much newer and was built up around the railway line in the early 20th century.

Old Amersham is a picturesque area with the feeling of a country village. It has a 13th century church (St Mary's) and numerous old pubs, restaurants and Independent and High Street shops.

Amersham on the Hill is much younger and offers a robust shopping and entertainment experience. The presence of the London Underground Metropolitan Line and Chiltern Railways line to London make it an easy access commuter hub. There is also convenient access to the M40 for local towns such as High Wycombe and Marlow.

The heart of Amersham boasts very highly rated schools and has a wide variety of parks and recreation sites.

With Shanly Homes, you can be confident you are buying a home with excellent build quality and exquisite design. We have a selection of stunning two bedroom apartments featuring something for every taste.

Since the development of our first home in 1969, we have remained committed to developing high specification, sustainable, architecturally innovative homes. Designed to complement the local environment and improve the quality of life for those who live there.

Our award-winning team of professionals take great pride in building attractive homes in desirable locations, enhancing landscapes and building communities across London and the South East.

All our new homes benefit from an industry recognised 10-year insurance backed guarantee. Why not visit our show apartments which can include fully integrated kitchens, large spacious living dining rooms, spacious bedrooms, large open walk in wardrobes in the master bedroom. Check through our available properties to see our range of impressive brand new detached residencies with gated off street parking.

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