These are the most expensive streets in the Crawley area

Here are the 12 ‘highest value streets’ in Crawley’s RH10 and RH11 postcode areas according to research by the property website Zoopla.

Friday, 18th January 2019, 2:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 6:07 pm
Crawley. Picture: Google Maps.
Crawley. Picture: Google Maps.

Its Zed-Index is the average property value in a given area based on current Zoopla Estimates. See also: These are the Crawley neighbourhoods that have seen the most crime

Cuttinglye Road, Crawley Down, £1,400,664 pounds. Picture: Google Maps.
Wallage Lane, Rowfant, £1,307,485 pounds. Picture: Google Maps.
Old Hollow, Worth, £1,151,549 pounds. Picture: Google Maps
Snow Hill, Copthorne, £970,691 pounds. Pic Google Maps
Hophurst Hill, Crawley Down. £960,979 pounds. Picture: Google Maps.
Herons Lea, Copthorne. £906,410 pounds. Picture: Google Maps
Ifield Wood. £903,072 pounds.
Domewood, Copthorne. £839,884 pounds.
Herons Close, Copthorne. £835,204 pounds. Picture: Google Maps
Bonnetts Lane, Ifield. £768,638 pounds.
Goffs Park Road. £652,021 pounds.
Old Brighton Road, Lowfield Heath. £612,151 pounds.