This development of 35 one and two bed apartments has the use of a guest room for visiting friends and family. Situated off the High Street there is a good range of shops including two supermarkets, a craft shop, bakers, pet shop, café and pharmacy.
One of the benefits of this development is your professional on-site manager who looks after the buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. Local buses run to nearby Chesham, Hemel Hempstead, Amersham and Aylesbury.
Berkhamsted is a historic town in Hertfordshire situated between Hemel Hempstead and Tring. The Grand Junction Canal runs through Berkhamsted parallel to the High Street providing scenic walks. There are several markets held in the area. A bi monthly market with up to 50 stalls, arts and crafts market and also a monthly farmers market selling fresh food straight from the producer.
Places to visit
Owned by English Heritage, Berkhamsted Castle is an impressive example of an 11th and 13th century fort and much of the surrounding walls, ditches and earthworks are intact. In the summer there is open air theatre and music at the castle.
September is the time to catch the International Graham Greene Festival: a four-day celebration of the author with talks, exhibitions and films. September events at the Ashridge Estate, which is part of the National Trust include the Chilterns Countryside and Food Festival which is an annual celebration of the crafts, food, industries and wildlife of the Chilterns countryside.
Location and transport links
The London-Birkenhead A41 road passes west of Berkhamsted. Berkhamsted railway station serves London Euston and Milton Keynes Central, with additional trains running to Northampton and Birmingham New Street.
A number of local bus routes pass through Berkhamsted town centre, providing links to Hemel Hempstead, Luton and Watford.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.28 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.28 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.28 miles