Situated in the historic city of Canterbury in a tranquil riverside location, Kingsbrook Park is a charming collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom houses. The site is bordered on three sides by the River Stour and boasts stunning views of Canterbury's ancient Cathedral.
The riverside homes enjoy a prime location in a city steeped in 2000 years of rich history. Set amid landscaped lawns on the banks of the River Stour, these timeless homes provide the ultimate urban retreat
Kingsbrook Park is located on the north east edge of the City Centre within a 10-15 minute walk of Canterbury City Centre. More than just a place of historical interest and a prominent centre for education, Canterbury has much to offer in the way of culture and entertainment.
Shopping and Eating Out
Situated in the centre of town you will find the Whitefriars Shopping Centre, home to a wide selection of the UK's leading retail stores and top designer outlets.
There is something to satisfy all taste buds, whether you want a Michelin star gourmet meal, a romantic meal for two or a meal with a party atmosphere, there is something to suit all desires. Or maybe you just want to sit down and relax and watch the world go by in one of the numerous cafes or tea shops serving home baked food and a cup of English tea.
Places of Interest
Chicago, High School Musical, Guys and Dolls and Dirty Dancing to name but a few are all the latest productions to be shown at the impressive 1000 seat Marlowe Theatre, only a short walk away.
Visit the historic Canterbury Cathedral, one of the magnificent sights to explore in this most majestic and fascinating cities. The Cathedral is simply unequalled for atmosphere, resonance and importance. The physical, spiritual and administrative heart of the Church of England, this towering building has been at the centre of British history for nearly a thousand years and remains one of the true wonders of the architectural world.
Polo Farm Hockey Club is one of the largest hockey clubs in the country and boasts outstanding facilities at the Polo Farm Sports Club located about two miles from the City.
For the keen golfer, Canterbury Golf Club is just half a mile from the city centre, home to a gently undulating course created by legendary course designer Harry Shapland Colt.
The home of Kent County Cricket Club, the St. Lawrence Ground has been a centre for first class cricket since the 19th century. Today the 15,000 capacity ground hosts one day internationals and World Cup games as well as the County Championship fixtures.
Ranked within the top 10% of shopping destinations across the UK, Canterbury is the place to be for shopaholics.** For a fantastic selection of popular fashion and lifestyle retailers, head to the recently renovated multi-million pound Whitefriars Shopping Centre. For an alternative shopping spree, visit Canterbury’s fabulous collection of exclusive boutiques and specialist shops,
tucked away in the city’s quaint cobbled side streets.
Schools and education
St Stephen's Junior School:
Hales Drive, St Stephens, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7AD - 0.1miles
Peter's Methodist Primary School:
St Peter's Grove, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2DH - 0.8 miles
St Thomas' Catholic Primary School:
Old Ruttington Lane, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1NY - 0.9 miles
Parkside Community Primary School:
Tennyson Avenue, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1EP - 1.6 miles
Blean Primary School:
Whitstable Road, Blean, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 9ED - 2.2 miles
The Archbishop's School:
St Stephen's Hill, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7AP - 0.2 miles
The King's School:
25 The Precincts, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2ES - 0.4 miles
Barton Court Grammar School:
Longport, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1PH - 1.4 miles
St Edmunds School:
St Thomas Hill, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 8HU - 1.6 miles
Simon Langton Girls Grammar:
Old Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3EW - 2.3 miles
Simon Langton Boys Grammar:
Langton Lane, Nackington Road, Canterbury, CT4 7AS - 2.8 miles
Christ Church University:
North Holmes Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1QU - 1.3 miles
New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3AJ - 1.3 miles
University of Kent:
Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ - 1.5 miles
University of Creative Arts:
New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3AN - 1.6 miles
- Diocesan and Payne Smith Church of England Primary School (0.4 miles)
- The King's School Canterbury - Secondary (0.5 miles)
- St Thomas' Catholic Primary School, Canterbury (0.5 miles)
Travelling in and around Canterbury and its surrounding areas couldn’t be simpler. From Kingsbrook Park you can enjoy a leisurely stroll into the city centre along the attractive riverside walk. For those travelling in from the outskirts, Canterbury Park and Ride bus services offer a green, cheap and fast trip into town with unlimited journeys for £2.50* per car (driver and up to six passengers). The city also has a well established bus service with buses stopping approximately every 20 minutes at nearby stops on Broad Oak Road, Sturry Road and Kingsmead Road. The city centre station provides additional services to Whitstable, Herne Bay, Margate, Ashford, Deal, Dover and Folkestone, with a National Express service operating hourly trips to London.
Kingsbrook Park is also well placed for national and international travel. In addition to providing services to Tonbridge, Maidstone, Ramsgate and Margate, Canterbury West Station (just a 10-minute walk from Kingsbrook Park) operates three trains per hour directly into Charing Cross as well as an hourly service into London Victoria.
Travel to London and the continent will be even quicker following the introduction of the new high speed rail link in 2009 connecting Kent with St Pancras and the Channel Tunnel. It is anticipated that journey times will be reduced by approximately 20 minutes, putting Canterbury within comfortable commuting distance of the capital.
The city of Canterbury is already well placed for international travel. The port of Dover, Ashford International, with its Eurostar terminal, and Folkestone’s Eurotunnel are all within a 30-minute drive of Kingsbrook Park. Ashford’s Eurostar terminal provides connections to Paris and Brussels in 1 hour 50 minutes and 1 hour
30 minutes respectively.
Distances are straight line measurements
Leave the M25 at junction 2 and follow signs for London, Canterbury A2, M2. Continue forward onto the M2, signposted Dover, Channel Tunnel, M2, Canterbury, Chatham. Leave the M2 at junction 7, then at the roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A2, signposted Canterbury, Channel Tunnel, Dover, A2. Continue forward along the A2 before
branching left and merging onto the A2050. Next, take the 2nd exit at the roundabout, signposted University.
Turn right onto the A290 and then turn left at the mini roundabout, onto Station Road West.
Continue forward before taking the 2nd exit at the roundabout, and then take the 1st exit onto
St Stephen's Road. Take the third exit onto Kingsmead Road, and the second left into the development.
Sat Nav directions Please use the following postcode CT2 7PH this will take you to the Busy Bees Nursery next door to the development.
New sales and marketing suite open daily, Monday 12am – 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 6pm.
5 Westwood drive
Off Kingsmead Road
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