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Hunters Estate Agents Amersham and Chesham is owned and operated by Niral Batavia. Niral said:
"We’re delighted to be joining one of the leading estate agents in the country. Hunters has an excellent track record in both sales and lettings and with the support that Hunters are able to provide in key areas of marketing, technology, training and communication, we believe we can now offer exceptional benefits to existing and prospective customers. The company’s success is built around excellent customer service and unrivalled proactivity, values and beliefs that have been at the core of our business since its conception.”
Dominic Stent, Area Manager of Hunters Estate Agents Amersham and Chesham, said:
“This is an exciting step in our continued development and my team and I are eager to maintain the high standards of service we are known for.”
If you're thinking of selling a property in Amersham, Chesham and the surrounding areas, contact Niral, Dominic and the rest of the team.
"I cannot praise Niral Batavia at Hunters enough for all the great work he did from our first meeting, right through to the completion of my house sale. He was efficient, professional and courteous throughout and also completely proactive in contacting not only me, but also both sets of solicitors and the buyers when necessary, in order to keep the process moving along as quickly as possible. I recommend Hunters and particularly Niral without reservation."Anne Cunningham, Amersham
The towns of Amersham and Chesham are set within the glorious Chilterns, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the surrounding countryside playing host to a number of delightful villages ideal for rural walks and charming village pubs, yet still benefitting from good motorway links to the M25 and M1 via the A41 and A404 and larger shopping centres found in nearby larger towns such as Watford, High Wycombe and Hemel Hempstead.
Amersham is made up of a number of areas, from the historic ‘old town’ with records back to pre-Anglo Saxon times with its beautiful memorial gardens, array of boutiques and eateries and delightful historical ambiance whilst ‘Amersham on the Hill’, which is a more modern town offers the all-important links into London with its Metropolitan and mainline station providing a number of fast trains during commuting hours. It also offers various shops and restaurants, a well-kept local park with children’s play area, fitness park, skate park and super leisure centre with gym, indoor climbing wall and swimming pool.
Chesham, which was historically was known for its four B’s Boots, Beer, Brushes and Baptists, also benefits from commuter links in to London via the Metropolitan line station and a plethora of amenities including restaurants, open air swimming pool, leisure centre and twice weekly market on the pedestrianised High Street. Chesham also has its ‘old town’ dating back to the 14th century with its highly regarded Queens Head pub, the ‘old town’ and Chesham are linked by the fabulous 36 acre Lowndes Park which offers children’s play areas, skate park and stages a number of free open air concerts in the bandstand during July and August each year as well as an annual town picnic.
If village life is what you are after both Amersham and Chesham are surrounded by a number of charming villages such as Chartridge, Coleshill, Hyde Heath, Latimer, Ley Hill and Winchmore Hill, which offer beautiful rural surroundings, delightful village pubs yet still benefitting from the accessibility that Amersham and Chesham have to offer.
These areas are all extremely well served by a range of supermarkets, Hospital, varied places of worship, fabulous and extremely highly regarded local and independent schooling – for which many families move to the area.