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Mayhews - Horley

2 High Street, Horley, Surrey, RH6 7AY

Horley is home to our founding estate and letting agent’s office, and, we have a strong connection with the town. Our friendly, local team is on hand to help you buy or sell a house, or let a property in the Horley area and beyond.

Award-winning estate & letting agents in Horley

Here at Mayhews we have an unprecedented commitment to customer service and continually gain feedback to ensure we maintain the high standards of service we are known for in the local area. Our team of estate agentstake pride in helping our clients move in and around some of the most beautiful parts of Surrey.

Due to our success over the years, and our 100% satisfaction rate, we have added new offices in East Grinstead and Horsham.

About Horley

Sitting below the neighbouring towns of Reigate and Redhill in Surrey sits the popular commuter town of Horley – ideal for travellers to London and south coast destinations. The town straddles the main railway line and the A23, and is very close to Gatwick Airport.

A small, yet bustling town of just over 20,000 people, Horley is a delightful residential area with a vibrant community and a wide range of leisure activities, sporting facilities, associations and clubs to suit every interest.

Horley is surrounded by community of villages, which include Earlswood, Copthorne, Salfords, and Burstow.

The town benefits from an excellent transportation system – in addition to frequent trains to and from London, Gatwick, and the south coast, there’s frequent buses run by Fastway, local taxis, and great access to local main roads and motorways.

Like East Grinstead, Horley’s history is particularly colourful, notably with its connections to Henry VIII who took ownership of Horley Manor in 1539 after the dissolution of the monasteries.

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