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We provide professional, expert and friendly support to people selling, letting or buying a property in the area.
Our offices are based in Amersham, but we also cover the nearby town of Chesham, and the surrounding villages of Chartridge, Coleshill, Hyde Heath, Latimer, Ley Hill and Winchmore Hill.
Call us today to talk about your property and to book your free valuation. We look forward to hearing from you.
Our dedicated agents provide the best customer service, ensuring that your sale or let goes through as smoothly as possible and that you’re supported all the way through the process.
Marketing your property in the right way is the key to a quick sale or let. As standard, we create high-quality listings and adverts that will get your property seen. You also have additional extras to choose from as well, such as videography, to take your advert to the next level.
We place your listing on all the property websites buyers and tenants are looking like Rightmove. We also contact potentially interested people using our extensive database of contacts who are actively looking to buy or rent in the area right now.
We understand that landlords need different levels of support, which is why we have a fully flexible lettings service. Choose from a tenant find only service, right up to a fully managed let. We’ll talk to you to find out exactly what you need and create the perfect lettings package for you.
You always know what’s happening with your sale or let and you’re never out of the loop. Our My Hunters portal lets you access all the information you need about your property, 24/7. Check how many viewings are coming up, when they are, read feedback, access offers and review your property information. All within one secure log-in area.
You can also contact our team through the portal so you always know what’s going on.
Our extensive local knowledge about the local property market helps you to sell or let your property, faster. We know Amersham, Chesham and the surrounding villages exceptionally well, and we know exactly who your property will appeal to.
Amersham is a market town in Buckinghamshire surrounded by the Chilterns, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Transport links are good here as Amersham is on the London commuter belt. The underground and mainline train station has services taking residents directly into central London. The M25 and M1 are just a 20-minute drive away, giving good access to those commuting or travelling further afield by car.
Amersham has an old town area within it, with memorial gardens and lovely boutiques. Ambers of Amersham has plenty of shopping and entertainment and it’s housed within a stunning 15th-century mill. The more modern end of town has the train station, and various shops and restaurants too. There’s a play park, leisure centre, swimming pool and indoor climbing wall.
Nearby, Chesham also has good commuter links and great amenities, with a heated open-air swimming pool, restaurants, markets, play areas and a bandstand hosting free concerts in July and August.
Amersham Museum is in the oldest house in the town, with plenty of exhibits as well as a lovely herb garden.
There’s plenty to do in the area, such as visiting Chiltern Open Air Museum, or Odds Farm Park, which is just a short drive away. Being in the Chilterns, the town is surrounded by stunning countryside, which provides plenty of opportunities for walks and days out in the fresh air.
Amersham is a market town in Buckinghamshire that’s set within the glorious Chilterns, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Chesham is a nearby town, and the surrounding countryside also has a number of delightful villages, such as Chartridge, Coleshill, Hyde Heath, Latimer, Ley Hill and Winchmore Hill.
Amersham is on the London commuter belt, with central London only 27 miles away. It’s on the Metropolitan line of the Underground, reaching London Kings Cross in under an hour. The station also has services from Chiltern Railways, running trains between Aylesbury and London Marylebone. The town benefits from good motorway links to the M25 and M1, via the A41 and A404, making travel by car a good option too.
Many families move to the area for the highly regarded local and independent schools. There are plenty of primary schools here (including faith-led schools) and Amersham has two secondary schools, while also being in the catchment area for secondary grammar schools nearby.
Amersham has its historic old town area with beautiful memorial gardens and an array of boutiques and eateries. Amersham on the Hill is more modern with all-important train and Underground links into London. It has various shops and restaurants, a well-kept local park with a play area, fitness park, skate park and a leisure centre, which has a gym, indoor climbing wall and swimming pool.
Ambers of Amersham has three fashion rooms, beauty rooms and a hair salon, all housed within a gorgeous 15th-century mill. It also has a restaurant providing lunch and afternoon tea. There are plenty of idyllic pubs and restaurants in and around Amersham, including Gibley’s, which serves modern British food.
The nearby town of Chesham also benefits from commuter links to London with its Underground station, which is also on the Metropolitan line. It has plenty of amenities, including restaurants, an open-air swimming pool, a leisure centre and a twice-weekly market on the pedestrianised High Street. Chesham has an old town area that dates back to the 14th century, and here you’ll find the highly rated Queens Head pub. Lowndes Park is massive and has children’s play areas, a skate park, and hosts free open-air concerts in its bandstand during July and August every year.
Amersham, Chesham and their surrounding villages are all extremely well served by a range of supermarkets, GPs, dentists, a hospital, and various places of worship.
Amersham Museum is located in the oldest house in Amersham. The museum tracks the town’s history from 1580, with lots of information and exhibits, and there are tours and events put on throughout the year. It also has a beautiful herb garden.
There’s plenty to do in the surrounding towns and the countryside near Amersham and Chesham. Chiltern Open Air Museum is a great day out for the family, with huge areas to explore, including woodland trails and 30 rescued historic buildings. Odds Farm Park is just a short drive away, with animals to meet, playgrounds, sand and water play, and large areas to explore and race around in.