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Horley is a town found in Surrey in the borough of Reigate and Banstead and has a population of around 20,000 people. It is south of the towns Reigate and Redhill. It borders with the county, West Sussex and its neighbouring towns are Crawley and Gatwick. This means Gatwick airport is only a very short drive a way, great for those who like to travel by plane.

Horley has some fantastic links to both London and Brighton where you can get to both in less than half an hour. Horley has direct trains to London Bridge and London Victoria. Due to the cheaper house prices and the connections into London, Horley is very popular with commuters and families. The A23 connects Horley to London, Gatwick Airport and southern locations such as Brighton.

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Things to do in Horley

Horley town centre has a range of restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops to choose from. There is a boot-fair on Sundays and plenty of great charity shops. Horley is filled with green spaces and surrounded by countryside. There are nine parks and open spaces in the area. The Riverside Garden Park is a spectacular place to visit on a sunny day and to take a picnic.

Neighbouring towns of Crawley and Reigate, which are just a short drive away, have a wider range of entertainment options, such as cinemas, bowling alleys and large leisure centres. In Crawley there is a large park called Tilgate Park, that has an animal park, a Go Ape and many trails to wonder around.

School and Education

Part of the reason Horley is so attractive to families is the number of fantastic schools in the area. Some great primary schools include Charlwood Village Primary School, which was rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, Manorfield Primary and Nursery School and Langshott Primary School, are both rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. For Secondary schools Reigate Grammar, St Bede’s and Hazlewick schools are all really great choices.

As mentioned above Horley has excellent transport links into London and Brighton, which means there are a lot of further education facilities nearby, such as Brighton University.

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Local Suburbs Nearby:

  • Crawley
  • Gatwick
  • Hookwood
  • Salfords
  • Smallfield
  • Burstow

Cost of living in Horley

Horley has a wide range of homes available, from new builds and housing developments to quaint homes. It has a thriving property market and is a great place to live if you want to have cheaper property prices, but still be able to easily get to London. The average property price in Horley over the last year is £402,498. Most of the sales during this time were for semi-detached properties, which sold for an average price of £392,323. Detached properties sold for an average of £554,639 and terraced properties were £334,325. Sell prices have risen by 3% in the last year and are predicted to continue rising over the coming years.