£169,950 : 2 bedroom ground floor flat for sale : Pine Gardens, Horley, RH6 - Listed by Sell it socially We are extremely pleased to be offering this two bedroom ground floor flat in ideal location in Horley:Comprising of a great size living room, fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, security entryphone.Allocated parking space along with visitors spaces.Located close to the town centre and... has been published on Sell it Socially
Guide Price £770,000 : 11 bedroom detached house for sale : Massetts Road, Horley, HORLEY, Surrey - Listed by Sell it socially Situated close to the heart of Horley town centre and within one mile of Gatwick Airport this period property is currently set up as a guest house but in our opinion would be ideal for a nursing home/childcare facility or for conversion to flats/further extension (STPP). Set in sizeable... has been published on Sell it Socially
£199,950 : 2 bedroom ground floor flat for sale : Regents Mews, Horley, RH6 - Listed by Sell it socially A spacious two bedroom ground floor flat located in the popular Regents Mews development in Horley. The flat is ideally located for Horley Town Centre and Railway Station. Marketed By Gatwick Properties, Redhill- Sales Telephone: 01737 482059 View property details... has been published on Sell it Socially
Video – Young ensures that star striker Allen is not missed Monday 15th April 2013. Guernsey FC v Horley Town and Raynes Park Vale Video courtesy of GFCTV in partnership with kings.gg Guernsey FC 4, Horley Town 1 THEIR star striker was out injured, but Guernsey FC need not have worried – they now have a replacement of immense quality to fill the gap.
Guernsey FC 4, Erith & Belvedere 0 Sunday 9th December 2012 A ROSS ALLEN hat-trick spearheaded Guernsey FC and sent them through to the fourth round of the FA Vase after another excellent Footes Lane victory.
Information about Reigate & Banstead Borough Council and its services, encompassing the towns of Reigate, Redhill, Horley and Banstead, along with information about the local area for visitors and businesses.
A sunny lunch time and while it is a very sleepy town (nicely) people seem not quite able to make it to the car park. Not sure whether they are lost, can't afford the extortionate £1.0 per hour parking or are thrill seeking - will that parking warden get me or can I defy his ticket machine. Horley, Surrey - 3 July 2014