Crawley is one of the biggest towns in Sussex and sits midway between Brighton and London.
It was founded in the fifth century and has many listed buildings. Crawley boasts some beautiful parkland. Tilgate park has 162 hectares of woodland and there are formal gardens at Worth Park. Nearby there's 19th century Ifield water mill and Bewbush water gardens. The town itself features 14 residential neighbourhoods radiating out from the old market town. It's expansion has taken place over a number of decades and the architecture reflects that.