Jeremy started his Estate Agency career in 1988 in North London, in a second to none competitive market that requires an agent to be quick thinking and thorough.
After 18 years’ experience of the North London market, Jeremy started Jeremy Swan Ltd on Great Missenden High Street in 2006. Starting from a small office, the company now has the largest property window in Great Missenden and the business has grown from strength to strength.
Our reputation for selling houses of all shapes and sizes now is established, and our local board presence is perhaps the strongest in the Great Missenden area. We pride ourselves with our attention to detail and our local personable way - much of our business is gained from word of mouth recommendations.
Located on Great Missenden High Street, our office is an iconic building that was once the subject of Roald Dahl’s book ‘Danny Champion of the World’; Still with the original old petrol pumps outside, many local people know our office. Our office is modern, with stone flooring, glass walls and desks, air conditioning and is perfect for the presentation of your property.
We pride ourselves on offering a personal service to vendors, landlords, tenants and buyers. Properties range from cosy cottages and smart apartments to larger more exclusive properties. Covering Great Missenden and surrounding areas, we are confident that you will receive a professional property service that is simply second to none.
Lawford House, Albert Place, London N3 1QA
Registered in England Company number 5587147
Peterley Lane, Prestwood, HP16
Price Guide £1,250,000
An unusual opportunity to purchase a particularly large farmhouse on a secluded plot backing directly onto open paddock land. Comprising a five-bedroom detached farmhouse with the addition of a two-bedroom...
Blackthorne Lane, Ballinger, Gre...
Price Guide £1,650,000
The Pheasant is formerly the public house for Ballinger, believed to have been built in about 1838. The pub was closed in 2009 and works began to transform it to...
Elmtree Court, Great Missenden
We’re pleased to offer this top floor two-bedroom apartment within easy walking distance of Great Missenden High Street. Its accommodation is bathed in natural light, and has the added benefit...
Hotley Bottom Lane, Prestwood, H...
Price Guide £3,250,000
An exceptionally rare opportunity to purchase a substantial country residence in the leafy Buckinghamshire village of Prestwood for the first time in over thirty years. The property consists of two...
Great Missenden is an affluent village with approximately 2,000 residents in the Misbourne Valley in the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire, England, situated between the towns of Amersham and Wendover, with direct rail connections to London Marylebone. It closely adjoins the villages of Little Kingshill, Little Missenden and the larger village Prestwood. The narrow and historic High Street is bypassed by the main A413 London to Aylesbury Road. It is located in the heart of The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The source of the Misbourne is to be found just north of the village, although the upper reach of the river runs only in winter and the perennial head is in Little Missenden. The village is now best known as home to the late Roald Dahl, the world-famous author.
In 2019 the village was revealed to be the most affluent place in England, with The Guardian writing that "the least deprived neighbourhood in England is an area...near Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire, and a few kilometres to the south of the prime minister’s country residence at Chequers." The Guardian has also featured an article referring to how the village has been "prime stockbroker belt for over a century" and remarked favourably on its "ancient churches, beech woods, deep valleys, rolling Chiltern Hills, higgledy-piggledy streets. That's why Dahl chose to live here." The paper also mentions its "grand piles tucked away in the folds of the Chilterns, all paddocks, ponies and leafy lanes, such as Dahl's, Martinsend Lane, or Nags Head Lane." The Daily Telegraph, meanwhile, lists Great Missenden in its "List of Britain's richest villages." The Telegraph also ranked the village #4 in its "Best Places to Raise a Family in the UK" 2015 survey, describing it as a "gem of a town."