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Horsham is a West Sussex market town with a historic centre. This well regarded town is thriving, with a pedestrianised heart and shopping area with superb restaurants.
It is popular with British and overseas families alike, who are attracted to Horsham's market town charm and excellent schooling such as Millais, Forest & Tanbridge House, and the local private schools at Farlington, Cottesmore, Handcross & Windlesham House School. It also offers a wide variety of restaurants and boutique style shops.
The area also boasts numerous leisure and sporting facilities including The Pavillions at Horsham, Slinfold Golf & Coutry Club, & Mannings Heath Golf Club.
One of the biggest landmarks in the area is Horsham Park. The park plays host to a maze (which offers a great deal of fun for all the family on a summer's afternoon) - and also a skate park. In the area there's also the Horsham Museum - a fantastic, quaint museum that takes visitors back to a bygone era.
Horsham's location means that it's really popular with commuters. There are strong road and rail links with the capital. As well as being in the perfect position for commuters heading into London, Horsham is ideally suited to those that fly abroad frequently - it's only 12 miles away from Gatwick airport and 40 miles from Heathrow. For commuters, Horsham Railway Station provides services to Clapham Junction, London Victoria and London Bridge. Horsham is also close to the major UK seaports at Dover and Portsmouth.
Horsham is a fantastic place to live in many different respects - so why look anywhere else?