The site is located on the outskirts of the village of Horley. Its excellent position is less than 5.3 km from Gatwick Airport and 38 km from the heart of Central London. The land lies within the curtilage of Mole Valley District Council, which falls under the London Borough of Surrey.
The site measures 2.61 acres, comprised of generally level; open pastoral land. The Northern boundary of the site benefits from full frontage to Stan Hill road, featuring an established entrance point, which provides gated access.
Recently published information from the Land Registry in February 2016, identifies property values for Charlwood recorded an average price paid for property at £436,222 this being more than twice the national average of £191,812. It was also noted that this price has increased by 10.76% in 2015, comparative to a national average increase of 7.1%.
4 km (2.5 miles) to the A217
7.02 km (4.36 miles) to the M23
38 km (23.6 miles) to Central London
5.3 km (3.32 miles) to London Gatwick Airport
6.34 km (3.94 miles) to Horley Railway Station
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Charlwood is steeped in English tradition, the Parish has over eighty listed buildings and features, with much of its history being linked to charcoal. Two ancient woods, Glovers Wood and Edolphs Copse, attract many visitors from around the area, with their outstanding bluebells in the Spring, both woods were purchased by the English National Trust and remain open to the public. The Gatwick Aviation Museum is also an area of interest.