Canterbury Place is an Abacoa community that has its own river! Well, a canal, to be precise. It goes through the middle of the neighborhood and wraps around the neighborhood’s northern border. The Canterbury canal is adorned with tropical vegetation, 10 fountains,and 3 arched bridges.
Built in 2006-2007 by Centex Homes, Canterbury Place is designed in an exquisite resemblance of French country [slash] Tuscan [slash] Spanish-style architecture. The barrel clay tile roofed homes in this Abacoa community flaunt arched colonnaded entryways and windows are embellished with louvered side shutters.
Single-family homes, of which there are 144 in Canterbury Place, feature 15 different floor plans and come in both one-level and two-level models, with sizes ranging from 1,585 to 3,474 square feet under air. The 173 townhomes are offered in five different 2-story models, ranging in size from 1,406 to 2,320 living square feet. Some townhouses in Canterbury Place have an in-laws suite over the garage, with a separate patio-side entry and equipped with a full bathroom and a kitchenette. The association rules allow this extra space to be rented out, which is great because FAU, Scripps and Max Planck located a few minutes away from this community provides a constant supply of potential tenants.