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Chantry Place

1 and 2 bedroom properties
Lower Chantry Lane, Canterbury, Kent

 
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Marketing Suite open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10am – 3pm. Drop in to view our show home and for more information.

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Outright Sale
We are delighted to bring you just three penthouse apartments at Chantry Place, set right in the centre of historic Canterbury.

These superb two bedroom apartments all have their own private balcony and are finished to a very high standard. No doubt, you’ll be proud to call Chantry Place your home.


Shared Ownership
Orbit is delighted to bring you Chantry Place, a wonderful selection of apartments set right in the centre of historic Canterbury.

There is a range of apartments available including; one 1 bedroom apartment, ten 2 bedroom apartments and two 2 bedroom duplex apartments. All of these are available to buy through Shared Ownership, which makes purchasing your own home more affordable.

*Please note for the shared ownership units it is a requirement of the scheme to register with Help to Buy East and South East. Please visit www.helptobuyese.org.uk to complete your registration.

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