Boasting one of the best locations in town, the Canterbury McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living development for over 60s overlooks the beautiful Spitfire Ground, home of Kent County cricket. Homeowners are treated to stunning views of both the local cricket games one side and the World Heritage listed Canterbury Cathedral on the other! Aside from its enviable views, the Retirement Living development is also ideally situated less than a mile away from the town centre, meaning you have easy access to all of Canterbury's shopping, eating and historical attractions.
Choose from 8 stylish one bedroom and 46 two bedroom flats, all featuring a fully fitted kitchen and shower room, an oven, hob and hood, raised electrical sockets and a telephone and TV point in both the living room and master bedroom. Selected apartments also have balconies where you can further enjoy the view over the surrounds. The development is equipped with a 24-hour emergency call system, landscaped gardens and a club lounge for socialising with fellow homeowners. There is plenty of car parking, with 58 spaces available for permit holders.
For your everyday needs, there is a Sainsbury's just next to the property, and a bus stop a few steps away to take you into the city centre.
Key dates for your diary
Construction is now underway on this development and apartments will be available to purchase off-plan from spring 2017. We hope to welcome our first homeowners in summer 2017. Click on the orange button and register your interest for this development to be added to our mailing list - we will ensure we keep you updated on our progress.
The historic town of Canterbury is one of the most visited places in all of the UK ' and it's easy to see why. From the world famous Canterbury Cathedral, to its Roman ruins, to the prestigious King's School, there is plenty to see and do here. Inhabited since prehistoric times, there are plenty of reminders of Canterbury's 2,000 years of history. You can still see the city wall founded in the Roman times, the ruins of St Augustine's Abbey and a Norman castle. Canterbury Cathedral, which was founded in 597, is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the burial place of King Henry IV and Edward the Black Prince (as well as the site of the murder of Thomas Becket!).
Canterbury is also a shopping haven ' wander down King's Mile to find cute and quirky independent boutiques, or stock up on big name brands along the High Street. Whitefriars Shopping Centre also has over 100 stores and restaurants.
For eating and drinking, Canterbury has plenty to offer. You'll find a plethora of English pubs scattered throughout the city, all within easy walking distance of each other. Restaurants to cater to every taste (and budget) are mainly found in the town centre. Visitors can also enjoy a scenic river tour along the Stour River that takes you through some of the city's finest architecture and natural scenery.
See for yourself
If you would like to investigate the quality and atmosphere of a McCarthy & Stone development, visit our closest site to this development at Centenary Place, Southend on Sea.
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