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.
Polo Field brings to life a truly enchanting new community in a highly desirable location off Littlebourne Road, less than three miles east from Canterbury. The nearby leafy village of Littlebourne has a thriving community and offers a selection of everyday local amenities, including a post office, village store, public houses and an excellent primary school, Littlebourne Church of England.
Polo Field brings to life a truly enchanting new community
Polo Field brings to life a truly enchanting new community in a highly desirable location off Littlebourne Road, less than three miles east from Canterbury.
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.
In Canterbury, there are plenty of other independent and state primary and secondary schooling options, including the ‘Outstanding’ rated St. Thomas’ Catholic Primary School, Barton Court Grammar School and The King’s School.
Many other places of interest are within a five-mile radius, ideal for cycling or walking pursuits amongst Outstanding Areas of Natural Beauty. The popular Kent coast and seaside towns of Whitstable, Herne Bay and Sandwich Bay are all under 30 minutes away.
Ideal for sports enthusiasts, world-class recreational facilities are on your doorstep at Polo Field, with Polo Farm Sports Club and Canterbury Hockey Club located next door, lending inspiration to the development’s name.
Nearby, an idyllic 18-hole woodland course at the Canterbury Golf Club is part of the Kent landscape which travels through unspoilt valleys, hills and forest. Also close is St. Lawrence Cricket Ground, home of the ICCC.
Millwood’s continued policy of combining all that is best in local architectural history with the latest in modern technology and innovation has won the company many prestigious awards.