Canterbury bleeds history - the city itself is a World Heritage Site. It's this rich history that continually draws in house hunters today. This cathedral city is not looking to stand still either with plans to improve duel carriageways whilst increasing the number of park and ride schemes.
Each area of Canterbury has its own unique quality. The west side of the city is home to two major theatres and bohemian shops. The south is predominantly restaurants and cafes. East hosts the city's new shopping and leisure developments whilst in central you'll have your pick of museums and galleries.
paragraphCanterbury HotspotsSouth Canterbury - A favourite amongst families and young professional due to it's close proximity to schools and train station.
St Dunstan's - Property's cheaper here than compared to South Canterbury. You're only a 10 minute walk to Canterbury train station and will not be short on options when it comes to bars and restaurants.
paragraphTop Ranked Primary Schools
- St Peter's Methodist Primary
- Wickhambreaux Church of England
- St Stephen's Junior School
- Bridge and Patrixbourne Church of England
- Goodnestone Church of England Primary