Nos. 54-56 (above left) are 18th century red brick listed grade II houses with old tile roofs.
No. 58 is the British Legion Hall.
Nos. 60-62 (above right) are older, early 17th or late 16th century, also listed grade II. The roof tiles are old with three gables. As the photo below shows, the tenant or owner at the beginning of World War I was a carpenter and decorator.
Nos. 64-66 (Morland House) (above right) are two late 17th century cottages now united with colour-washed brick and an old tile roof, listed grade II. Some medieval Penn tiles were found in the garden (see left) and were kindly given to Amersham Museum by Mr and Mrs Hoing.
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