A quintessentially English life awaits you at Harvard Grange, the beautiful new development of luxury apartments and 4 to 6 bedroom houses in Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire. These exquisite, meticulously designed homes offer the pleasures of country living, surrounded by fabulous scenery.
The architecture takes inspiration from its surroundings, with Georgian bar windows, along with gated entrances to the front gardens of the houses. The traditional characteristics of the homes at Harvard Grange emanate style and sophistication. A strong sense of place that fits seamlessly with its neighbours and village life.
The picturesque village of Little Chalfont offers its residents everything they could need right on their doorstep; benefitting from all the modern-day amenities one needs, such as a supermarket, Post Office and pharmacy, as well as a doctors' surgery, village pub and several restaurants.
Close to Harvard Grange is the historic market town of Amersham, which retains a high amount of charm to this day, with architectural gems such as the 17th century Market Hall and St Mary’s Church.
The high street is also dotted with many popular chains such as M&S, Boots and Waitrose. Little Chalfont is also well placed to enjoy many of the attractions of neighbouring Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. In as little as half an hour you can be in Marlow, a charming riverside town rich in history.
The proximity of Harvard Grange to central London makes it ideal for those commuting into the city. From Chalfont & Latimer station, London Marylebone can be reached in 35 minutes* by Overground and Kings Cross St Pancras in 57 minutes* via the Underground.
It also means it’s easy to take advantage of all the cultural and social features on offer in the capital. Whether that’s taking in a show in the West End, eating in one of London’s Michelin-starred restaurants or having a browse around an art gallery, nowhere is very far away from home. Even travelling into Europe is easier, with Eurostar services from St Pancras offering journey times to far-flung destinations such as Paris or Brussels in under 3 hours.*
*Journey times taken from nationalrail.co.uk and eurostar.com
Harvard Grange is well served when it comes to education, with a variety of excellent private and state schools nearby. Whether your child is heading to primary school for the first time or is studying for their GCSEs, there is an educational establishment in the area which will be just right for them. All ages are catered for by the range of fantastic schools within close proximity of Harvard Grange.
Little Chalfont Primary School is just 0.9 miles away* and offers excellent schooling for those aged between 4 and 11. The Amersham School is an academy which takes pupils from the ages of 11 to 18; it currently has around 850 students on its books. Amersham and Wycombe college offers full-time and part-time further and higher education for students aged 16 upwards.
Discover a quaint English village on your doorstep. Despite its old fashioned charm, Little Chalfont benefits from all the modern-day amenities one needs, such as a supermarket, Post Office and pharmacy, as well as a doctors' surgery, village pub and several restaurants. The village also boasts its own community library in Cokes Lane, which is operated and funded by local individuals and businesses. In addition, a farmers’ market is held in the village hall car park on the second Saturday of each month. Locally-produced goods include meat and poultry, fruit and vegetables and cheeses.
Close to Harvard Grange is the historic market town of Amersham. Its high street is dotted with many popular chains including M&S, Boots and Waitrose, while Old Amersham High Street and Broadway are full of boutiques and individual antique, gift and speciality shops. It also features the award-winning Amersham Museum, where you can learn about 2,000 years of local heritage in a beautiful 15th century timber-framed building.
Recycling bins to help manage waste
Composting facilities to reduce waste and help the environment
Energy efficient 'A' rated appliances where possible that use less energy and water
Cycle storage - making it convenient to leave the car at home and encouraging greener travel
Water butt in garden to recycle rain water and help conserve this precious resource
Full cavity wall insulation to reduce heat loss and keep the warmth inside
Dual flush toilets - helping to reduce water usage
Insulated flooring - providing excellent thermal insulation
Low energy lighting - uses up to 80% less electricity than standard fittings
Photovoltaic panels - uses sunlight to generate electricity
Solar heating panels - use sunlight to heat your water
Energy efficient glazing - providing superior thermal insulation and reducing heating bills
Home office provided to reduce energy used for commuting to work
High efficiency, low emission boilers
Green/brown roof - a natural habitat for wildlife, filtering pollutants and providing thermal mass
Smart meter - helping you to run your home more efficiently
Mechanical ventilation & heat recovery system - moderates temperature within the home and helping to save energy