Main Road, Naphill, Buckinghamshire
: Naphill is about two miles to the north-west of High Wycombe by Hughenden Valley. High Wycombe is mentioned as Wicumbe in Domesday and had six mills. The name derives from 'at the dwellings or settlements' and the river-name 'Wye' is likely to be a 'back-formation' from the place-name. The town became famous for making furniture due to the abundance of beech trees growing on the Chilterns and the Wycombe Museum in Priory Avenue has many fine chairs.
High Wycombe has some good shopping facilities with many specialist shops and most national stores represented. There is a large Asda Superstore only a five minute drive from The Acorns. Annually there are several festivals that take place in the town including the Wycombe Arts Festival and the Wycombe Show in September. There are several places of interest nearby and West Wycombe Park has country walks, recreation areas and a Palladian Mansion with fine landscaped gardens. Marlow Hill gives a panoramic view of the area stretching into the Vale of Aylesbury to the west and woodland to the east.
: Russell Court was completed in 1987 and consists of twenty-nine bungalows and houses off Main Road in Naphill. Local shops are nearby and Wycombe town centre is just over two miles away.
: These include a resident manager and emergency alarm service and gardens. Local shops are within walking distance.
Naphill is about two miles north of High Wycombe and about four miles from Great Missenden. The M40 motorway at Junction 4 is less than four miles and fast trains from High Wycombe to London (Paddington) take just over 35 minutes.
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