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Reasons to love Canterbury

Estate Agents in Canterbury

Canterbury is a historic cathedral city, within the district of Kent with a population of over 55,000. Canterbury district's coastline stretches a distance of 14.5 metres, which includes Herne Bay and Whitstable.

Culture in Canterbury

Canterbury is undeniably best known for its stunning cathedral, which is the oldest in England. Steeped in tradition, Canterbury is also home to the ruins of St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church, as well the ancient remains of the city's castle. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the primate of the Church of England.

Things to do in Canterbury

One thing’s for sure, there is definitely not a lack of impressive buildings to enjoy in Canterbury. Not only can you visit the stunning cathedral, but if you take a relaxing boat trip along the River Stour, you can cast your eyes upon all of the historic architecture the city has to offer.

Inside St Margaret's church, you can journey back over 500 years and join the world of poet Geoffrey Chaucer, author of the Canterbury Tales. Chaucer's story of a pilgrimage to London from the shrine of St Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral is brought to life with costumed characters and is great for adults as well as children. The attraction is open all year round.

If history is not really your thing, then the city has a great range of fantastic restaurants and night clubs which make for a lively evening out. Canterbury is also a popular shopping destination and is home to The Marlowe Theatre, which is one of the South East's most popular theatres.

Student life in Canterbury

Canterbury is home to over 30,000 students across the city's four universities (The University of Kent, Canterbury Christchurch University, the University College for the Creative Arts and The Girne American University). Its exquisite scenery and lively nightlife makes it the perfect place to live and study.

Buying in Canterbury

Living in Canterbury has been likened to going back and living in the medieval era. It is a very picturesque city making property highly sought after. The introduction of the express train service to St Pancreas via Ashford International means that it is now possible to reach central London in around one hour, making it an appealing place for London city workers to live in.

Moreover, if you don't fancy the hustle and bustle of London and a bag of chips by the sea front is more your style, then Whitstable beach is just ten minutes away. Semi-detached houses are the most popular type of property to buy and they sell on average at around £250,000.

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