Shared Ownership in Canterbury

For first time buyers who believe that purchasing their own home is out of reach, Shared Ownership homes in Canterbury can help them to take those vital first steps on to the property ladder. Help to Buy homes in Canterbury can also help potential purchasers to put down roots in an area they love, and finally find a place to call their own.

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When a city is considered of such historical importance that the entire area is deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then you know you must be talking about somewhere very special. Well, that’s exactly the case with the historic cathedral city of Canterbury.

History fans will feel like a kid let loose in a sweet shop, as every inch of Canterbury has a deep love and respect for its past accomplishments. In fact, even if you didn’t know a single thing about its rich heritage, we find it hard to imagine anyone could fail to be enchanted by this strikingly beautiful city and its many fascinating secrets: both new and old.

It’s not just the stunning architecture that’s stood the test of time either. So has Canterbury’s passion for the arts. Here you can check out world class touring productions at the revamped 1,200 capacity Marlowe Theatre, where you can also catch some stand up comedy, see classical orchestras and watch live concerts.

And speaking of music, Canterbury’s love of sound dates back centuries. We know this because some polyphonic music has survived in the city since the 1200s. This unwavering passion continued past the new millennium and today, you can catch the best of the current music scene at the Lounge at The Farm Festival or enjoy jazz, folk and world music at the fortnightly Canterbury Music Festival. This city’s love of culture doesn’t just cross genres. It crosses generations.