As a southern and coastal county, Kent is a popular place to live. It’s picturesque, with plenty to do and see, and life as a local is as idyllic as it gets.
But whereabouts in Kent is the best place to live? There are so many beautiful and popular towns and villages, but here are the most desirable.
Tenterden is one of Kent’s prettiest towns, so no surprise, it’s one that people are desperate to live in.
If you’re a fan of streets lined with traces of history, and traditional shops, Tenterden is the perfect place for you. It’s quintessentially English in appearance, with Tudor-style houses and a beautiful church.
It’s not just the appearance of this town that people love though, there’s also a real community feel to it. It’s host to several markets, festivals and events throughout the year.
It probably doesn’t come as a surprise that Canterbury is one of the most desirable places to live in Kent. With Chaucer’s infamous Canterbury Tales, and the Canterbury Cathedral bringing thousands of tourists to the city each year, so many people fall in love with this quaint English city.
The cobbled streets and historic architecture give the city a truly magical feel, and once people have visited, they’re often reluctant to leave!
Sandwich is one of Kent’s most beautiful and historic towns. The medieval streets, buildings and homes are a pleasant change from urban surroundings, and bring traditional values back to the community
The population in Sandwich isn’t quite so large as in other Kent towns, so it’s a peaceful place to be, which only makes it more desirable.
Margate is a popular place to live because of its famous sandy beach. It’s the ultimate place for beach lovers to live, and there’s plenty to do in the area for families.
Dreamland Margate is a popular amusement park that residents love to visit, as well as people from all over the country. There’s also a rich local history, and museums where you can learn all about Margate’s past.
Last but definitely not least, people from all over the world have heard of Dover and its beautiful white cliffs, and naturally, it’s somewhere that people would love to live.
There’s plenty to explore in this town, from Dover Castle, to the town’s museums, to the beautiful scenery, there’s never a dull day.
It’s also a convenient place to be for those who commute or travel. Being home to the ferry crossing to Calais, France can easily be reached, and transport links within the town are efficient and convenient.