Chancellors Estate Agents in Chesham are delighted to announce its latest new housing development, Great Acre Mews.
An exclusive development of just four semi-detached houses, Great Acre Mews is in close proximity to the town centre and the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Each house has been finished to a modern specification including chrome fixtures and fittings; high quality fitted kitchens and appliances; contemporary bathrooms; and architectural design features such as double height ceilings in the living room and kitchen.
Arranged over three floors, accommodation covers over 1500 sq ft and consists of a reception room with doors opening on to a south facing rear garden, a kitchen/dining room, four double bedrooms and two bathrooms (one is en suite to the master bedroom). Three parking spaces also are allocated to each house.
An abundance of countryside and conservation areas on the doorstep, reputable schools and good transport links make the market town of Chesham a popular place to live. Along with several community events held throughout the year, some of the many amenities on offer include a wide range of shops, a theatre, a leisure centre, sports clubs, a grammar school and the picturesque Lowndes Park. An ideal location for commuters, Chesham is on the Metropolitan Line giving easy access to London and surrounding towns.
Chesham is going to become an even more appealing place to live when Chesham Society’s visions for the development needs of the area are considered by Chiltern District Council. Building a business park, creating a new multi-purpose recreation and sporting complex and expansion of the Elgiva facilities are just some of the society’s visions for the future of Chesham. Find out more in our blog article.
To find out more details about the Great Acre Mews development, or about living in the area, contact Chancellors in Chesham 01494 774343 or go to our Chesham branch page.
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