Prominent Crawley Estate Agents

Move Revolution’s Crawley office opened in 2011; our objective to provide the area with a more personal and proactive estate agent.

Since its inception, our team has grown rapidly and each member enjoys imparting their local knowledge on potential buyers. Whether you want advice on things to do as a family, or information on commuter routes, our team can help.

For more information, give us a call now on 01293 127620.

Current Sales and Lettings

For Sale
Detached House
£599,950
A beautiful three double bedroom detached character family home located at the heart of the popular village of Crawley Down. This spacious home boasts many original features, lovely gardens to the front and rear and the opportunity to extend (STPP). No onward chain.
Let
1 bedroom Apartment
£750 pcm
A bright and exceptionally spacious top floor apartment finished to an extremely high standard set in a village location yet a short distance to Crawley Town Centre, Gatwick and the M23. The apartment boasts new fixtures and fittings, new carpets and allocated parking.

Book a free valuation for sale or rent

Get in touch with one of our team from Crawley today.

Open 8am to 8pm.

Please call 01293 127620 or complete the form below.

Head Office: Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road
Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4HW
Paul Brice
Director
Paul opened the office in the summer of 2011 and loves how rapidly the town’s market moves, due to the popularity of the area.

He plays squash weekly at the K2 and is always impressed by the volume of the people enjoying the leisure centre.

At the weekend, he and his wife, Daniella, love taking their little one George to Tilgate Park for a walk and to meet the animals.
Mark Waldron
Sales Manager
Mark joined Paul in the Crawley office soon after its inception. Having grown up and attended school in the area, he soon established himself as a leading local agent.

He regularly meets old friends at Goffs Manor for something to eat and drink and also enjoys catching a film at Cineworld.
Tom Gunstone
Senior Sales Negotiator
Tom is an experienced and respected agent in the Crawley area, regularly helping a string of repeat clients.

He has become a huge fan of the recently opened Turtle Bay and recommends the double dipped jerk steak with cheesy jerk sweet potato fries.
His girlfriend, Katie, also loves the excellent selection of cocktails!

About Crawley in West Sussex

Crawley is a popular location, thanks to excellent commuter links, and a vast selection of things to do.

The town houses thirteen residential neighbourhoods, including Pound Hill, Three Bridges and Ifield. Whether your priority is rail access, shopping, or a place to walk, there is an area in Crawley to suit your needs.

The M23 and Gatwick Airport are close by, and direct trains to Brighton and London run regularly from Crawley, Three Bridges and Gatwick stations. The town boasts excellent Metro bus services, providing regular and easy access to the town and airport throughout the day, as well as into the night.

If you enjoy shopping, Crawley’s high street won’t disappoint. Lined with shops, the town centre is also home to the County Mall, which opens late every Thursday.

From quirky, out-of-town pubs, to chain restaurants, there is a lot of choice when it comes to places to eat. For something a little more relaxed, Tilgate Park is the perfect setting for a day out, with plenty of greenery, as well as a lake, nature centre and Go Ape activity course.

Our Clients Say It Best

Things To Do

As a Couple
DINNER AND A MOVIE
CRAWLEY LEISURE PARK
With plenty of eateries to choose from, including Italian, Mexican and Portuguese cuisine, you’ll have a tough time picking what to eat at the Leisure Park. After your meal, make your way to Cineworld; the town’s branch boasts both IMAX and D-Box screens.
PIZZA AND PAMPERING
ALEXANDRA HOUSE
Spend the day getting pampered at the Utopia Spa, in the stunning Alexandra House Hotel. Once you’re good and relaxed, head to the Curious Pig in the Parlour pub for a delicious, freshly made, wood-fired pizza.
GET ACTIVE
TILGATE PARK
Enjoy the fresh air with a stroll around Tilgate Park and its beautiful lake. If you’re feeling especially energetic, visit the Go Ape course. Then, you won’t have to feel so guilty about ending your day with a trip to the Smith and Western for dinner…
With Kids
GO KARTING
TEAM SPORT
If your children are over eight-years-old, encourage them to let off some steam with a go karting trip. The tight bends and long straights will not only keep the kids amused, but test your navigational skills too!
BOWLING
HOLLYWOOD BOWL
The children will love a few rounds of bowling at Hollywood Bowl in Crawley’s Leisure Park. Once you’ve worn yourselves out on the lanes, there’s an abundance of choice for places to eat.
DAY OUT
TULLEYS FARM
Tulleys Farm hosts tons of events throughout the year, including Easter activities, summer fun, Halloween scares, fireworks and winter festivities. Keep an eye on their website for the latest events.
With Friends
COCKTAILS
TURTLE BAY
Enjoy a Jamaican dinner and specialty cocktails at Turtle Bay, in the town centre. If you’re looking to continue the party, head to The Hive or Octopvs.
PAINTBALL
DELTA FORCE
With six game zones to choose from, including Chemical Alley and London Apocalypse, you’re in for an active day. After the match, chill out with your friends, and enjoy the stunning lakeside views, at The Wiremill pub.
THE HAWTH
From comedy shows, to tribute bands, there is always a variety of events hosted at Crawley’s Hawth theatre. For a full list, visit their website.

Local Events

ST CATHERINE’S DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL
September 04, 2016
This annual dragon boat race takes place in Tilgate Park and sees local businesses come head-to-head on the water.

Explore the stalls and food stands and cheer on the teams as you watch them battle for the top spot.
SHOCKTOBER FEST
October 01, 2016
With live actors and special effects, as well as music and food stalls, Shocktober Fest, at Tulleys Farm, is perfect for those who enjoy a scare.

With more haunts added every year, 2016’s offering promises to give you goose bumps.