- Conveniently located for both Horley and Redhill town centres
- Extension potential subject to planning permission
- Large rear garden
- Close to mainline railway station
- Available with no upper chain
- Double glazing
- Three bedrooms
- Off-Road Parking
- EPC energy rating D (64)
Ground Floor Room Dimensions
|Lounge||16'1 x 12'0 (4.91m x 3.66m)|
|Kitchen/Breakfast Area||19'0 (5.80m) x 14'0 (4.27m) narrowing to 10'0 (3.05m)|
|Off Road Parking|
First Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 1||11'0 up to fitted wardrobes x 9'0 (3.36m x 2.75m)|
|Bedroom 2||10'0 x 10'0 (3.05m x 3.05m)|
|Bedroom 3||9'0 x 7'0 (2.75m x 2.14m)|
Map & area
Please note, the map markers may only show the centre of a postcode and not the actual address.
- Salfords 1.1 miles
- Horley 2.0 miles
- Earlswood 2.6 miles
- M23 Junction 9: 2.6 miles
- M23 Junction 10: 4.3 miles
Our local guide for Horley
Looking for estate agents and letting agents in Horley? Our local branch of Cubitt & West is on Victoria Road at the junction with Massetts Road.
People have lived in the Horley area for well over a thousand years, with the Manor listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. This rich history is typified by the nearby site of Thunderfield Castle, an example of a 12th century ring and bailey castle.
Its proximity to Gatwick Airport make the town the ideal location for people who work at the airport, or those who travel often. Excellent rail links to both Victoria and London Bridge mean that you can be in the capital in under 40 minutes, with a near 24 hour train service.
Our effective marketing gives you a considerable advantage when you are selling your property to potential buyers. Our professional photography and brochures give the very best first impression of your home. Our network of branches covers the whole of the South East and the South Coast. You can read stories from satisfied customers below to see what we can do for you.
Our Guide to Living in Horley has more information about life in our town.