Bluecoat Pond, Christ's Hospital, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 0NW
Bluecoat Pond is situated on the old Christ’s Hospital School dairy site and is set around the Victorian pond and water tower in the midst of award-winning landscaped gardens opposite the Bluecoat School. Residents can take out subscriptions to the nearby Christ’s Hospital Sports Centre which gives them access to a full range of sports, a swimming pool, a fitness suite and a variety of classes.
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Bluecoat Pond is adjacent to the historic school there are 22 houses and eight flats set around a magnificent pond with beautiful landscaped gardens. The development is approached by a country road less than three miles from Horsham.
Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, laundry and guest facilities.
Horsham: In the 16th century Horsham was considerably larger than its neighbour Crawley but the later was granted 'new town' status after the Second World War and expanded very quickly thereafter. Today the market town of Horsham still retains its old world charm with a traffic free centre and a range of shops, pubs, restaurants and all the facilities you might expect. There are several old buildings mixed in with the new and the Causeway is well known. A 16th century black-and-white museum here contains the local museum.
The famous 16th century charitable foundation of King Edward VI, Christ's Hospital, the Bluecoat School, moved to its present site from the City of London in the early 1900's. The schools theatre is open to the public with a varied programme throughout the year. Both Percy Bysshe Shelley and Hammond Innes were born in Horsham.
Bluecoat Pond is managed by Cognatum, Glebe Barn, Cuxham Road, Watlington, Oxfordshire. OX49 5NB Tel no: 01491 615961If you want to call the management company direct call 01491 821170, or if you want to contact the development direct, call
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