A selection of our most recently sold houses in Horsham are shown below.
Maybe it's because of the town's prime location, maybe it's because of the amenities, or perhaps it's the quality of life, but Horsham in West Sussex is regularly voted one of the UK's best places to live. If you want to live in an historic market town that has it all, we'd highly recommend you look at houses for sale in Horsham. We mentioned location: Horsham is superbly placed for workers and leisure seekers. Regular rail services take you from the town's station to London Bridge or Victoria in about an hour, making a daily commute perfectly manageable. Gatwick Airport, one of the area's largest employers, is a mere twelve miles away. And drive south from Horsham for about thirty minutes and you're among the seaside resorts of England's south coast. There's more. Horsham sits neatly in the middle of three stunning areas of national beauty: to the north, the Surrey Hills, to the east the High Weald and to the south and west the South Downs National Park. If you like to combine town life with outdoor pursuits such as country walking, riding, cycling or climbing, buying a house for sale in Horsham is a no-brainer.
For amenities, activities and entertainment, Horsham can hold its own against any of its neighbouring Sussex towns and probably the odd city or two. Sports fans will find clubs representing football, cricket, athletics, rugby and more, while the modern Pavilions in the Park leisure facility offers a swimming pool, gym, climbing wall and a soft play zone for smaller children. The arts are well represented by The Capitol, Horsham's multi-purpose entertainment venue. Here you can enjoy music and comedy gigs, theatre, cinema screenings and cultural events. The town also boasts a tenpin bowling alley and laser tag arena.
Besides Horsham's two regular markets, shopping needs are well covered. The covered Swan Walk and its surrounding area is where you'll find an excellent variety of big name high street stores and supermarkets along with independent local shops. A little way beyond the town's centre there's a small retail park, while a short drive brings you to more shops in a second, larger retail park. The town centre is also the place to find the majority of Horsham's many and varied pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes; pretty much every style of cuisine you could want on a night out is covered.
Over the last thirty years Horsham has grown both in size and popularity, creating a property market that truly offers homes for every kind of buyer. There's usually a good selection for commuters or first-time buyers looking for a smart apartment or smaller house for sale in Horsham. Families can choose from traditional and new-build homes of all sizes and styles to suit their taste and budget, while those wishing to retire to Horsham will find a range of suitable properties and bungalows.