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Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - BUCKS PROPERTY -

DAY to mark Amer­sham’s rich her­itage was the per­fect back­drop for Bon­nam Es­tates to celebrate its first year of trad­ing on the high street of this thriv­ing his­toric town.

The dy­namic, high-end agency, owned and run by ex­pe­ri­enced lo­cal agent Si­mon Had­land, with An­drea Had­land as mar­ket­ing di­rec­tor and Nicky Leitch as di­rec­tor of sales, has carved out a niche for it­self in the past 12 months with a concierge ser­vice tai­lored to­wards clients’ in­di­vid­ual needs.

HER­ITAGE DAY: Staff at Bon­nam Es­tates hand out bal­loons to lo­cal peo­ple cel­e­brat­ing Her­itage Day in Amer­sham High Street.

“Ours stands out as a be­spoke ser­vice,” says Mr Had­land,“We are a nim­ble out­fit and can af­ford the time to keep in close con­tact with our ven­dors, so our knowl­edge of their home gives us the edge when speak­ing to our clien­tele.”

From a buyer’s per­spec­tive, the wealth of in­for­ma­tion that Bon­nam garn­ers, not only about the prop­erty, but ev­ery as­pect of life in Bucks, gives them the best pos­si­ble in­sight when choos­ing a new home.

One his­toric prop­erty on Bon­nam’s books – and a fit­ting ex­am­ple amid the Her­itage Day cel­e­bra­tions – is Raans Farm Sta­bles, which dates back to the 12th cen­tury.

“We first sold this prop­erty to its cur­rent owner in 2012. It is now on the mar­ket again af­ter some ex­ten­sive re-mod­el­ling and we are de­lighted to have been in­structed on its sale.”

Amer­sham’s towns­folk cer­tainly en­joyed the free flow­ing cham­pagne at Bon­nam on Her­itage Day.The great and the good turned out to toast the town’s – and Bon­nam’s – suc­cess on Sun­day 13 Septem­ber.Among those to com­mend the agency on its an­niver­sary were Mayor Amanda Lamont and Deputy Mayor Mark Vivis.

For more in­for­ma­tion about Bon­nam Es­tates email en­quiries@ bon­names­tates.com or call 01494 434841.

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