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Canterbury Estate Agents Services

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Located in the beautiful county of Kent, known as the 'Garden of England', Canterbury has everything from the fantastic countryside to high-speed trains to London, and even links to France, with Calais under an hour away. As expert Canterbury estate agents, we use our local knowledge and insight to help you sell or find your new home or commercial space in the region.

Our Canterbury team is experienced in a wide range of estate and rural property services and can provide expert technical advice.

Living in Canterbury

Canterbury is full of history, which is reflected in the property you'll see in the region. You'll find everything from converted coastal houses to weatherboarded cottages with beautiful gardens and modern homes and apartments.

Living in Canterbury opens up a wealth of places to eat, drink, socialise and spend time. There's the Kent coastline within walking distance of Canterbury at Herne Bay, where you can enjoy sailing and water sports. The iconic white cliffs of Dover and seaside destinations like Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate are within driving distance too. You'll also find plenty of countryside nearby, filled with activities and events that showcase the best of rural living.

If you're ready to discover more about living in Kent, we've used our expertise as estate agents in Canterbury to create a Kent Local Area Guide that shares everything you need to know about this beautiful area.

Our expert Canterbury estate agents are highly experienced, and use their local knowledge to assist throughout the buying and selling process. We use our network of offices, especially those in London, to reach out to the widest possible audience when selling homes across East Kent. Many of the houses we sell are of historic interest and importance, and they are of a very broad and diverse types. We sell everything from coastal and village cottages, through brick or weather boarded farmhouses, to some of the counties finest country and city homes.

Canterbury, the country’s foremost Cathedral City, sits in the ‘Garden of England’ surrounded by Kent’s beautiful countryside. Within the city and across East Kent, we have some of the best educational facilities in the UK, with a diverse range of schools, and the internationally regarded Canterbury Festival and Marlowe Theatre are at the heart of this cosmopolitan society. The Kent Coastline is only ever a short drive away, with Broadstairs, Deal and other centres being very popular coastal locations. Much of the countryside in between is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty, and is home to all manner of rural activities.


From Dover
Follow the A2 towards Canterbury. Leave the A2 to join the A2050 towards Canterbury. In Canterbury Town Centre, turn left at the roundabout onto Upper Bridge Street. At the next roundabout, turn right into Watling Street. St. Margaret's Street is the third turning on the right. (At this point St Margaret's Street is one way). Strutt & Parker is located on the right-hand side.

From London
Leave London via the A2. Continue on the A2 to join the M2 towards Canterbury. Leave the M2 at junction 7 to rejoin the A2 signposted to Dover. After approximately 2 miles take the A2050 signposted to Canterbury. Continue on this road and at the second roundabout turn right onto the Canterbury ring road. Continue onto Rhodaus Town, and at the second roundabout, turn left into Watling Street. St. Margarets Street is the third turning on the right. (At this point St Margarets Street is one way). Strutt & Parker is located on the right-hand side.

By Rail

The nearest train station is Canterbury East and is a 10 minute walk to our offices. For train times call 08457 484950. The fastest connection to London is from Canterbury West, with trains to London St Pancras taking a little under an hour.

Parking is available in Watling Street and Rose Lane Multistorey carpark, which is a short walk from the Strutt and Parker Office.

What our clients have to say:

A rather belated, but very heartfelt, thank-you for all the help and advice you gave me over the last year or so with regard to selling my cottage and for keeping me updated on everything that was happening. Moving day was stressful to say the least, not helped by the fear that the solicitors for my bungalow would go home at 4pm! But it's done now and apart from all the boxes still heaped up around me, everything here is good and life is much less stressful. So thanks again for all your help. You were always very professional, yet kind and approachable.
(Mrs P H, Marshside)
Thank you for all your efforts with this problem and also with the main job of selling my Aunts house. You have been really great, professional ,friendly , knowledgeable , helpful , accessible and generally a really great person to deal with. I will certainly recommend Strutt & Parker and particularly you to my friends and associates. My very best wishes to you and for your future career . I am sure you will go far.
(Mrs H B, Canterbury)