Spotlight on Amersham Old Town

Coco MarieSet in the Chiltern’s area of outstanding natural beauty, Amersham Old Town has become a quality, South Bucks destination for ladies fashion, with national retailers such as Phase Eight, Joules, Hobbs, Mode in Pelle, Whistles and Orvis. Whilst successful independents, such Coco Marie, Rebelle and Iris also prosper.

Cote BrasserieCoffee shops and restaurants thrive. Well known names such as Cote Brasserie, Zizzi’s and Ask sit alongside local independents. The Grocer has two premises on the High Street, as well as the always busy Season’s and V’s Kitchen. Popular restaurants include the nationally acclaimed Artichoke and Gilbey’s.

The GrocerA host of local pubs are always bustling, including The Swan, Kings Arms, Elephant and Castle, The Eagle, Saracens Head and The Crown, which featured in Four Weddings and a Funeral. A large Tesco superstore and petrol station are located at the eastern edge of the town and free street parking on the high street and public car park make visiting the town, easy for customers.

ArtichokeWith quick access to London, Amersham is the last stop on the Metropolitan Line, into Baker Street and a mainline regular service into Marylebone, takes roughly 30 minutes. Amersham has always been very popular for residential properties, due to being in the catchment area of numerous Ofsted outstanding local primary schools and grammar schools, including Dr Challoner’s School for boys and Dr Challoner’s High School for girls. The area regularly features in top places to live in the UK.

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