Penn Street is a small village, situated just outside Amersham, Buckinghamshire, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. If you want to put a post code into a navigation tool then HP7 0PX will get you to the centre of the village
The village centres around the village common, where the Penn Street Cricket club can be found playing during the summer. Opposite the common one of the villages two pubs can be found (The Squirrel), and the recently rebuilt village hall. Houses line the road, where there is plenty of history to be found (the oldest dates back to the 15th century, with several others dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries).
Following the road round towards Winchmore Hill leads to De Havilland Court, immediately followed by the second of the village pubs (The Hit or Miss), and another cricket ground. A little further on, and you’ll come to the entrance to Penn House.
Returning back through the village, towards the Amersham road, and you’ll pass Holy Trinity Church, and Curzon School.
Additionally the village backs onto the extensive Penn Woods, where many can be found enjoying the paths through the ancient woodlands.