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Property details

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 1 reception room


  • Leasehold
  • 10 year warranty
  • Cycle storage
  • Video entry system
  • Underfloor heating
  • Help to Buy available
  • Stylish bathroom
  • Residents roof terrace
  • Integrated appliances
  • Last two homes available

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**no stamp duty to pay on this home** Home 305 Regent Place, central Amersham - High specification 2 Bedroom, 3rd Floor Apartment, open plan kitchen/living/dining area with integrated appliances and flooring throughout. Wired for broadband with Stay fast Guarantee. Private terrace to this home. Ready to move in. ​Residents roof terrace & underground parking. Help to Buy available.
Daily viewings available

Final two now remaining!

Take advantage of the Governments Stamp Duty 'holiday' in England. When you buy your new home, there is now no Stamp Duty tax to pay up to the value of £500,000
Plus, with Help to Buy available - all you need is a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage to buy your own home.
The height of contemporary living

Centrally located in the heart of this bustling, historic market town is Regent Place, a collection of just 36 brand new and well specified studio, one & two bedroom apartments. The first new build in Amersham for over 15 years, Regent Place offers access to a host of local amenities with the added convenience of excellent transport links. These homes are ideally situated for those looking for a 'lifestyle on their doorstep' with a great selection of places to eat, drink and be entertained all close to hand.
A new landmark for amersham

With stylish design and feature detailing, Regent Place will become a striking new landmark in Amersham town. The development is accessed via a discreet, private secure entrance with communal reception area and lift service to all floors. There is private basement car parking and a delightful residents' first floor roof terrace.
Some apartments also offer private balconies.

Every day shopping requirements are easily satisfied by Marks & Spencer 'Simply Food', Little Waitrose and a Tesco Express, while the nearby larger Waitrose store offers a more expansive shopping experience. The town also offers a vast array of popular eateries and cafes and for those looking for a more active life, there is a
well-equipped and popular leisure centre, within walking distance. The area is also an ideal home for those needing to commute or travel to the Capital on a regular basis, with both the Chiltern Railways Line and Metropolitan Underground offering frequent and speedy services to key London destinations.

With plenty of inviting places to pause for refreshment, shopping is a relaxing pastime both in Old Amersham and its more modern counterpart Amersham-on-the-Hill. Ladieswear predominates in the Old Town, with
select outlets such as Jaeger and independent boutiques like Ambers, located in the former Old Mill. While Amersham-on-the-Hill offers its own array of independent boutiques and high street stores. In the Old Town, picturesque pubs rub shoulders with contemporary eating places, such as Gilbey’s restaurant in the 17th century former grammar school or Seasons Café Deli, rated one of the Top Coffee Shops in the country. In Amersham-on-the Hill you will also find a wide range of local cafes and restaurants to explore and enjoy, meaning there is no shortage of choice.

If you’re looking to absorb some local history then Amersham Museum tells the story of local events, places and people, with exhibits and information covering a range of topics. Or why not try one of the guided walks of the Old
Town and its surroundings, which take place on selected dates. A short walk and you'll get an instant taste of the countryside - there's the 'Five Mile Walk', if you're feeling energetic – a circular route that takes you up into the hills to the south of the town. Alternatively, explore Little Chalfont Nature Park just a couple of miles from Amersham. It has been created from the original preserved natural grassland and woodland by the village
community. It's a great place for picnics and there are marked paths through the woods and meadows.
It is also an area well serviced by schools and Regent Place falls within the catchment area of Dr Challoner's, a well-regarded co-education grammar school, highly rated in the Times List. There is also Elangeni and The Beacon Schools and St. Mary's C of E School, all nearby.
Exceptional connectivity

Regent Place is also perfectly positioned for those needing to commute or requiring regular access to the Capital
with Amersham being on the Metropolitan Line of the London Underground. From here you can enjoy direct access to Baker Street (51 minutes), King’s Cross (57 minutes) and Liverpool Street (65 minutes). The Chiltern Railways service also provides a frequent service to the capital with London Marylebone accessed within 35 minutes via Rickmansworth and Harrow-on-the-Hill.

Covid-19 update – Following the latest Government guidance we are now able to offer viewings strictly by appointment only.

Health and Safety is still our top priority for both our customers, staff and their families therefore your viewing may be slightly different. There are certain Government guidelines to follow prior and during your visit. Your Sales Advisor will discuss all these with you.

*On selected homes only and for limited time. Subject to status, terms and conditions apply. Not available in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Stamp Duty tax applies to a second home or investment purchase.


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Local Amenities

  • Amersham 0.3 miles
  • Amersham 0.3 miles
  • Dr Challoner's Grammar School 0.2 miles
  • Heatherton House School 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Amersham 0.3 miles
  • Amersham 0.3 miles
  • Dr Challoner's Grammar School 0.2 miles
  • Heatherton House School 0.4 miles

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Average estimated value for a flat in HP6:

  • £335,745
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  • -£29,777
  • (-8.146%)
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7th Jul 2020 £450,000 First listed

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