Angle Property’s brand new development, Regent’s Place in Amersham has featured in the latest Metro ‘Neighbourhood watch’ review on the town, which is popular with young couples and families alike and is just 32 minutes to Marylebone in Central London.
‘Setting the scene
There are many good reasons why Amersham keeps cropping up in surveys of Britain’s best places to live. This attractive town lies at the end of the Metropolitan Line and has a long history, grammar schools, Chiltern line trains as well as Tubes, and being in Zone 9, it allows commuters to use Oyster cards. It splits neatly into two main parts: Amersham Old Town and Amersham-on-the-Hill. The Old Town straddles the high street and contains more than 150 listed buildings stretching back several centuries, whereas Amersham-on-the-Hill expanded in the 1920s and 1930s after the arrival of the railway.
Regent Place is a collection of 36 studio, one and two-bed apartments available to buy off plan in the hub of Amersham-on-the-Hill and a short walk from the station. Some have private balconies, and there’s a first-floor roof terrace and basement parking. Prices start at £360,000 for a one-bed, with Help to Buy offered on selected plots. A homebuyer event takes place this Saturday (2 March 2019), when purchasers can view the show apartment and find out about the latest incentives, see regentplaceamersham.com.’
Taken from an original article by the Metro. First published February 2019.
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