Ifield offers good transport links for commuters and airport workers with its own mainline train station and bus links into the Town Centre. Located in the west of Crawley, Ifield is such a historic town that it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Throughout the neighbourhood there is a mix of both modern and traditional housing, along with good bus links and a train station in and out of the area. Out of the many properties for sale in Ifield and Ifield west, you can find one that’s just right for you.
Ifield and Ifield West is popular with families as it has a range of educational establishments including St Margaret’s (CE) Primary School and The Mill Primary School. When the children reach secondary school age there is Ifield Community College. Also, it is home to Manor Green Primary School and College providing teaching for children with special needs.
Things to do
There are two main shopping areas in the neighbourhoods several open spaces are available for plenty of activities including football and basketball. Ifield Mill Pond is a great place to go on leisurely walks as it plays host to a variety of birds, it is considered “the most important wetland in Crawley”
Sites of Interest
Ifield Mill has been designated a Site of Nature Conservation; built in 1684 the mill has since been restored but still has a working waterwheel, it is now home to a local history display. One of Crawley’s three grade I listed buildings is also situated here in Ifield; St Margaret’s Church was built in the 13th century and on the site of a 10th century built church.