6 Houses, 3 Duplexes, and 1 Penthouse

Breathtaking architecture, heritage and culture…Surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside and coastline in the UK. Canterbury is modern, vibrant as well as being home to the oldest Cathedral in England.

CITY is located in the heart of this beautiful thriving community. It’s just a short walk to the Cathedral and bustling high street – a hive of activity with bars, restaurants and luxury hotels, not forgetting some of the best shopping destinations in the South East. The development is idyllically located next to the River Stour with its stunning views, crystal clear water and beautiful wildlife. CITY provides its residents with safe, secure, quality living amongst some of the country’s finest historic architecture.

The ingenuity of the Romans’ road network has ensured that Canterbury remains the centre of East Kent which means you’ll only be around 20 minutes to the Coastline.  Plus, the new Hi-speed train ensures train times into London St Pancras International in less than an hour. Or, you might like to take advantage of the proximity to Dover and Folkestone, and head for the Ferry or Tunnel to France.

Next to the river there will be a fabulous 3 bedroom corner house with balcony overhanging the river, perfect for enjoying the beauty of the water and peaceful surroundings.  Another balcony faces onto the courtyard at the front. A secure garage is a great advantage in the city centre. There are 3 further duplexes which overlook the river, with 2 bedrooms, a light, spacious living area, undercroft parking and utility room. Above the duplexes is a fantastic penthouse that promises spectacular views both over the city and along the river.  A private entrance with a lift and secure garage parking is also a huge bonus in the heart of the city. Also within the magical courtyard setting are 3 more houses, one with 3 bedrooms and two with 2 bedrooms with balconies. Two more houses, one with 3 bedrooms and one with 2 bedrooms and a study are situated further from the water and slightly closer to the lane access to the city centre. Both houses have small private courtyard gardens and private parking.

The investment within Canterbury over the past years has ensured that it remains a prominent destination for culture, education, historic interest and a vibrant business community.   The new Marlowe Theatre is not only an iconic modern building, but it is now a prominent stop on the map for all new talent and existing productions.  The Gulbenkien theatre and cinema situated at the university also offers a hub for film and theatre lovers of all ages and tastes.  River tours remain a popular way to see the city from a completely different perspective and there is a huge choice of restaurants, cafes and bars to enjoy.