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Recent research by Compare the Market has named Canterbury the easiest place to buy a property in the UK , taking into consideration house prices, days spent on the market and house demand in the city. Properties in Canterbury spend an average of 28 days on the market and buyers stayed for a longer period of time in their homes, proving the city’s popularity and appeal. Tonbridge-based homebuilder, Millwood Designer Homes, will soon be launching Polo Field, a beautiful new development in this sought-after Kent location.

Polo Field is an exclusive collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes, nestled in a quiet rural location between the village of Littlebourne and the city of Canterbury. Set in an enviable locality and with an attractive landscaped setting, the homes will appeal to a range of buyers, including professionals, families, commuters and downsizers. Each home has been designed to reflect the area’s rich architectural heritage, retaining unique charm through the use of reclaimed brickwork and Cape Cod timber cladding, whilst offering light and spacious accommodation for modern living.

Philip Brown, Sales Director at Millwood Designer Homes, comments: “At Millwood, we believe that location is just as important as the homes themselves. Polo Field is located in a semi-rural surrounding but enjoys close proximity to the thriving city of Canterbury and all it has to offer. With research suggesting that homes do not spend long on the market in Canterbury, we encourage potential purchasers to register their interest, prior to the official launch at the beginning of September.”

The village of Littlebourne offers a selection of every-day amenities including a post office, village store, and an OFSTED Outstanding primary school, Littlebourne Church of England School. For further retail and leisure opportunities and the ‘best place to live in Kent’, the vibrant city of Canterbury has everything expected of a modern city.

Ideal for families and lending inspiration to the development name, world-class recreational facilities are on the doorstep, with Polo Farm Sports Club, home to Canterbury Hockey Club, within walking distance. The popular sea-side towns of Whitstable, Herne Bay and Sandwich Bay are all under 30 minutes away, and the world-class Howletts Wild Animal Park is also nearby.

Polo Field is ideally located for commuters, with trains to London St Pancras from Canterbury West arriving in under an hour, and London Victoria and Charing Cross approximately ninety minutes. There are frequent bus services within the surrounding area, and the proximity of the A2 and M2 make connecting to the rest of the country very convenient. For continental commuters, the Channel ports, tunnel and Ashford International Station are no more than thirty minutes away.

Guide prices at Polo Field start from £450,000.