Student Homes in Harbledown, Canterbury
Just west of Canterbury is the picturesque village of Harbledown, encased in fruit orchards and home to a warm community of students and families. The name of this charming area is thought to come from “hobble down” after Henry II of England walked barefoot through the village on a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral! The storied history of the area is visible in its many churches and listed buildings, including an intact Georgian terrace on the South Side.
Student homes in Harbledown benefit from being in close proximity to Canterbury’s iconic town centre. Just hop on a number 22 bus at Wife of Bath Hill North and ride through the scenic Knight Ave and Rheims Way and you’ll be in the centre in under 20 minutes.
As for the University of Kent’s Canterbury Campus, you’ll be pleased to know a Uni Link bus can take you from Cherry Garden Road to your lectures in 25 minutes.
If Harbledown isn’t your first choice, we have plenty of properties throughout Canterbury to suit your needs. Right by Harbledown is Rough Common, boasting a range of spacious homes and quick access to the beautiful Blean Woods. Alternatively, browse through our student homes on the legendary King’s Mile, where you’ll be immersed in historic architecture on the banks of the River Stour.
When you rent your student home through UniHomes, you’ll benefit from simplicity and transparency from day one. See that price-tag on that property listing? That’s the price you’ll pay each month, and it covers your rent as well as all of your utility bills. So, once you’ve moved in, you’ll never have to forecast extra for hidden costs. Instead, you’ll pay a monthly fee that covers everything from your TV licence to your electricity. All of our homes are conveniently located and most come fully furnished with modern features, so it won’t be long before you feel at home!