Kevin Hurst and Adam Driver opened the third branch of Hurst Estate Agents in Hazlemere in 2014. This new branch working in conjunction with the already established High Wycombe and Aylesbury offices, has vastly increased the company's marketing presence across The Chilterns.
Having mirrored the success of the other branches we provided the same, specialist, professional services to the residential sales and lettings in Hazlemere and the surrounding villages. We have located this branch at the heart of the Hazlemere community in Park Parade which is the key shopping hub in the area for many villages. Quality of service, honesty and integrity has always been at the heart of the business and our many repeat customers are testimony to this. Today we offer a diverse range of services including, residential sales, lettings, village and country homes, new homes, property management, block and estate management services.
Hazlemere is located to the north east of High Wycombe and has been recorded as long ago as the 13th century. It has grown from a rural hamlet into a commuter suburb while still retaining much of its attractiveness and surrounding countryside. In the 1960’s the Cedar Avenue development was built along with the creation of ‘Cosy Corner’. The Park Parade Shopping Centre was developed at the same time and lies in the centre of the area. In the 1970’s the Rose Avenue development was built pushing the boundary further east toward Tylers Green and Penn.
The popularity and draw of the area was formed initially by the equidistant mainline railway stations in Amersham and High Wycombe. It is maybe unsurprising with the excellent commuter links available that the top occupations listed by people in Hazlemere are as Professional. The schools locally are all popular with the Sir William Ramsay School, both Manor Farm Infant and Junior schools, along with the Hazlemere C of E School. There is also a library and a health centre that were all built around the same time to service the community.
The smaller villages of Penn, Tylers Green, Widmer End, Cryers Hill and Holmer Green all encompass Hazlemere. Further a field are the large towns of Amersham, Beaconsfield and High Wycombe.