The <strong>historical city of Canterbury</strong> lies in the beautiful county of Kent and is well known as the setting of Geoffrey Chaucer s classic, The Canterbury Tales. It has been an important historical city for England and still has many buildings and architecture dating back as far as the 14th century. <strong>The World Heritage Canterbury Cathedral </strong>generates <strong>over one million visitors a year</strong>, who come to visit one of the UKs oldest and most famous Christian structures in the UK.
<strong></strong>Residents enjoy the mix of restaurants, bars and restaurants and have the luxury of being a stones drop from Canterbury s <strong>beautiful sprawling countryside</strong>. Nearby Whitstable and Herne Bay are coastal towns with a rich maritime history. All enjoy <strong>great transport links to London</strong>, with a high speed rail line and the M2 which takes commuters most of the way to London.
We have a lot of families and professionals living here as well as students from Canterbury s two universities; <strong>University of Kent and the Canterbury Christ Church University</strong>. The<strong> schools in the area are extremely good</strong> and have had <strong>excellent Ofsted reports</strong>, in particular Barton Court Grammar School and Simon Langton Grammar School.
This is an affluent area, with a <strong>booming economy</strong> and as such we have a lot of buy to let investors who have seen the potential in the area. <strong>Our one and two bedroom apartments are very high in demand</strong>, with the two bedrooms being popular with professional sharers who commute to London.