Asheridge Grove in Chesham benefiting from new Property Development

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Asheridge Grove is an outstanding opportunity to reserve the last few units on this development by Ridgepoint Homes that is scheduled for completion in Spring 2017.  There are 18, 3 Bedroom family houses with gardens and parking all a short distance from the town centre.  A few have garages.  Phase 1 and 2 are now all sold and only the final phase 3 is available to reserve which are selling fast from £375,000 and Ridgepoint Homes may consider part exchange.  Reservations are being taken from the Chancellors Chesham office.

Chesham is a seductive destination for modern living, with a town centre that blends the old with the new, you are sure to feel satisfied.

There are a wide range of shops from well-known high street brands to those chic and niche independent stores for you to enjoy.  Booksellers, art galleries, restaurants and coffee shops offer an uplifting environment for you to experience. Additionally, the Elgiva Theatre and the Drawing Room offer you entertaining evenings and nights.

Chesham is also a conveniently placed area if you wish to travel further afield. Chesham’s Underground station provides services to the heart of the capital and for drivers, the M40 and M25 are both accessible.

If you’d like to find out more about this exciting new development, or if you are looking to sell or let your property in the Chesham area, then please call us on 01494 774343 to speak to a local property expert, or to arrange a free no obligation market appraisal.

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