Kilnwood ValeIllett Way, Horsham, RH12 0BL
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Kilnwood Vale is set within open space and makes the most of the surrounding countryside views and growing community. Nestled between Crawley and Horsham, it is wonderfully positioned for anyone working at Gatwick Airport – or anywhere in the busy corridor running north through Croydon to London itself.
Kilnwood Vale offers plenty of opportunities for recreation for all ages thanks to the expanse of open space that is dotted throughout and around this new neighbourhood. As you venture further into Crawley, a variety of pubs and restaurants are also available to you.
Crawley is only a short drive away from Kilnwood Vale and has great travel links, by rail with regular trains which take you into London Bridge station in just 40 minutes* and by road to the M25 and beyond. Faygate Train Station is also close by with direct links to Gatwick Airport, Three Bridges Train Station and Horsham. Together with the lush green countryside and easy connections to the South Coast Kilnwood Vale makes the perfect place to call home.
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