This development is planning approved. The specification of our retirement apartments does vary to a degree with each apartment in every development, but this will give you an idea of what you'll find within a new two bedroom McCarthy & Stone apartment.
This development is available to reserve-off plan.
The McCarthy & Stone Amersham Retirement Living Plus development is right in the heart of Old Amersham, opposite the lovely River Misbourne. Located along one of the village's main streets, you'll have everything at your fingertips, from supermarkets and banks, to local restaurants and boutiques.
There will be a selection of one and two bedroom apartments available exclusively for those over 70. The apartments will feature a spacious master bedroom and living room, as well as a bright kitchen with all the modern amenities. Homeowners will also be able to enjoy the on-site Club Lounge, several landscaped gardens and car park. A Guest Suite will also be available for any visitors who wish to stay overnight. The development will also be extremely secure, with a camera entry system, intruder alarms and a House Manager. For those with limited mobility, the whole development will be wheelchair accessible and there will also be domestic assistance for anybody who needs a helping hand.
Amersham is an easy commute to London – Amersham train station is only a mile away, with connections to the Metropolitan line of the London Underground. If you're driving, you can reach London city centre in less than an hour. The town train station also offers services to other surrounding areas such as Chesham, Watford and High Wycombe.
Amersham is a quaint market town within the Chiltern district. Located 30 miles northwest of London, it's far enough to let you get away from the capital's hustle and bustle, but still visit by car or train. Amersham is tucked away in the Chilterns Area of Natural Beauty, known for its beautiful green rolling hills, streams and rivers.
Amersham itself is divided into two parts, Old Amersham, set in the valley of the River Misbourne, and Amersham-on-the-Hill, a newer area with a train station. The town has several picturesque pubs, a museum displaying the local history and a 13th century parish church. For more active homeowners, there is also a large playing field, a swimming complex, football club, judo centre and plenty of walking, cycling and hiking trails.
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