paragraphHorsham Estate Agents & Letting Agents
Henry Adams Horsham Estate and Lettings Agents can be found at The Carfax, in Horsham's primary shopping district. The office is staffed by our experienced and professional team offering a service unparalleled in the area. We are proud to have both a Sales and a Lettings office in this beautiful traditional market town, a place that shouts heritage and charm from the (very beautiful Sussex tile) rooftops.
Horsham and the surrounding area. Horsham's bustling centre lies at The Carfax, a traditional market square complete with its own bandstand. There's a whole host of shops for almost every requirement and with a cinema, theatre, sports centre, 60 acres of Horsham Park to enjoy and a wide range of properties in the Horsham District from stylish new homes to period properties, it's easy to see its appeal for all ages.
Property in Horsham. From the 15th and 16th centuries, Horsham town started to take shape through various farms and hamlets joining up to form the framework of today's thriving community. We are fortunate that a large proportion of these beautiful historic properties still remain and they have been joined during key developmental eras by stunning Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and Arts & Crafts properties. In one road alone, the Causeway, we have almost every style of property from 15th century homes to modern day new builds - it even featured in a recent television advert!
Bars and restaurants. Horsham town is renowned for its wide selection of eateries, bars, cafes and public houses. Bills Restaurant, Cote Brasserie, Pizza Express, Wagamamas and Strada are just a handful of national chains located in Horsham's bustling East Street, renamed locally as 'Eat Street'. Horsham also boasts a number of well-respected independent restaurants and eateries, offering diners a wide choice of cuisine. With the luxurious bar and Sushi restaurant Wabi and the Michelin Star Restaurant Tristan, this town makes for the perfect location to dine out and relax with family and friends. The exclusive South Lodge Hotel is located on the outskirts of Horsham and is a world renowned hotel, offering extreme luxury to guests and visitors who can enjoy a meal and celebration at the award winning restaurant The Pass.
Shopping. With it's large and ever improving indoor shopping mall Swan Walk, Horsham offers a large variety of shops, jewellers and cafes. As a historic market town, Horsham has a mix of popular stores like John Lewis Home store and Waitrose, plus plenty of highly regarded independent shops.
One of notability is Wakefields, a well-established, exquisite jeweller which has been in Horsham for over 100 years. Other independents include La Vida dress shop selling one-off stylish formal dresses, Esquires café situated in The Forum in Horsham and Fleurs boutique florist.
Sports. Horsham is a proud host to Sussex Cricket Club who frequently play on the Horsham Cricket Club grounds and can be watched by members of the public. There is also the Horsham Cricket Club, Horsham Football Club and the Horsham Rugby Club; all matches are open to the public.
Recreation. The Horsham District benefits from a long list of beautiful countryside walks such as Southwater Country Park, with its recently opened 'Dinosaur Island Play Area' popular with young families, Horsham Park and several access routes to the South Downs National Park. There are also lots of outdoor sports areas such as Horsham Skate Park and kayaking / canoeing at Southwater Water Sports Centre.
The Capitol Theatre features frequent plays and concerts and also has a further two cinema screens showing the latest releases. The Pavilions in the Park is a modern leisure centre offering a large gym, 25m swimming pool, family pools, outside pool with 'lazy river', numerous exercise classes, Horsham gymnastics club, soft-play for small children, spa facilities, outdoor play park and the recently launched 'High Places' is an aerial adventure course featuring High Ropes, Low Ropes, a climbing wall and the Leap of Faith.
Events in Horsham.
The summer Horsham Festival features a range of events and performances that present many local artists and performers and engage audiences right across the arts spectrum from music and dance to theatre and visual arts.
Schools in Horsham. The Horsham District benefits from many great schools, both state and private, junior and senior. Millais, Forest Tanbridge House, Farlington, Windlesham House, St Marys and Heron Way all have excellent Ofsted ratings matched with rave reviews from parents and the children who attend.
Travel links. As a main line train station, Horsham boasts easy, straightforward journeys to and from London, Gatwick, Heathrow and Brighton. If you prefer to drive, Horsham is situated a short distance away from main roads such as the A23, A24, M23 and A281 meaning that places such as Haywards Heath, Crawley, Brighton, Chichester, Cranleigh, Guildford, Dorking, Reigate and London are just a short journey away.
- (Train) London Waterloo: 1hr 3m
- (Train) Gatwick Airport: 17m
- (Car) Central London: 1hr 15m
- (Car) Gatwick Airport: 20m
All times are approximate.