Canterbury Neighbourhoods and Real Estate

If you are looking for properties for sale, the Canterbury neighborhoods have a lot to offer. If you shop around Castle Row, for example, you can buy a 2-bedroom maisonette found within the city wall. You can expect to buy a property consisting of a spacious sitting/ dining room, a fitted kitchen, and a modern, good size bathroom. The asking price for a house like this will be around 225,000. Prices are considerably higher on Sour Street. Here, you can buy a renovated Georgian style house consisting of a contemporary fitted kitchen, a family bedroom, 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, private parking, and a rear walled courtyard. This will cost you around 795,000. For the same price, you can get a 4-bedroom semi detached house with parking, a courtyard garden, and a spacious cellar. You can expect to find a fully refurbished and restored property and a Grade II Listed period home. The property is has 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a garden. Properties like this are part of a riverside development, located in the center of the city and consisting of Victorian cottages, Georgian townhouses, a former Rectory, and a Lodge.

If you prefer to have a more spacious place, you can look at Canterbury properties on Best Lane. You can get, for example, a 9-bedroom Tudor house, consisting of a dining room, a spacious living room, a good size kitchen, and ensuite shower rooms. For the price of 770,000, you can expect to have a secluded, private garden, interspersed with plants and shrubs, and a beautiful inglenook fireplace. For a little less or 700,000, you can get a 7-bedroom detached house on St. Lawrence Road. You can buy a spacious, refurbished and remodeled house with quality fittings and fixtures, in a half timbered, Tudor-style design. The house has an area of 400 sq. feet and comes with well proportioned bedrooms, spacious living areas, sizeable reception rooms, and a magnificent kitchen. In addition, the modern units are fitted with porcelain flooring and Corian worktops, and there is a multi-jet steam shower and Jacuzzi in the main bathroom.

Those who are looking for a less expensive house can find one on Curtis Lane or St. Stephens Road. A 4-bedroom detached house costs around 550,000, found on a quiet country lane. For this price, you can get a large kitchen with a utility room, 4 bedrooms, a study, a separate dining room, an impressive sitting room, and 4 ensuite bath/ shower rooms. Houses like this are featured with a secluded garden and a studio/ summer house. Even if you are on a more modest budget, there are plenty of offers for Canterbury real estate. You can opt for a 3-bedroom house priced at just 495,000, consisting of three spacious bedrooms, a separate breakfast room, a fitted kitchen, a lounge, and a family bathroom. If money is not a concern, you can look into Canterbury properties on Cock Lane. For the price of 750,000 you will get a dining room with reclaimed pine flooring, a fireplace, and French doors; a sitting room with 18th century fireplace, and fitted shelving. The living-dining area features bi-folding doors and reclaimed pine flooring. In addition, there is a boiler room, a boot room, 4 spacious bathrooms, and a kitchen with granite worktop surfaces incorporating a principle sink, a dishwasher, and a range cooker. The house has underfloor electric heating and oil fired central heating. Amenities include security alarm and a parking space. Houses like this consist of two floors.