Blackwater Farm

Bonwycks Place Farm

Burlands, Ifield Road

Deerswood Farm, Ifield Road

Ewhurst Farm, Ifield Road

Great Buckswood Farm, Horsham Road

Hazelwick Farm
Hazelwick Farm was a part of the Crabbet Park Estate and was let to Arthur and Peter Caffin. The farm lay between the London to Brighton railway, North Road and Tinsley Lane, and covered 129 acres.

Hilly Barn Farm

Hogs Hill Farm
Hogs Hill Farm lay either side of the Brighton Road at Hogs Hill. For many years it was farmed by Tom Charman.

Home Farm, Pound Hill

Hunts Green Farm
Sarah Robinson lived with her father-in-law at Hunts Green farm following her marriage to John Robinson in 1811. The old farmhouse was for a while used as a clubhouse for Gatwick Aerodrome. The farm and its buildings were replaced by the new airport and the A23.
Hygate, Nadine. (2015) Crawley.....Before ASDA, p. 51

Ifield Court Farm

Jersey Farm, County Oak Lane

Jordan's Farm, London Road

Kirk Farm

Langley Green Farm, Langley Lane

Little Blackwater Farm

Little Buckswood Farm, Horsham Road

Little Park Farm

Lower Prestwood Farm

Maidenbower Farm

Malt House Farm

Manor House Farm, London Road
Formerly known as Place Farm.
Hygate, Nadine. (2015) Crawley.....Before ASDA, p. 51

Mitchells Farm


Oak Farm, Ifield Wood

Pickfords Farm, London Road

Place Farm, London Road
The old Place Farm was demolished by James Clitherow in 1823/4 and replaced by a Georgian building. John and Sarah Robinson took up the tenancy, remaining for the rest of their lives. It was later re-named Manor House Farm.
Hygate, Nadine. (2015) Crawley.....Before ASDA, p. 51

Rowley Farm
Rowley Farm still stands between Gatwick Airport and Manor Royal industrial estate.

Stumbleholm Farm

Willoughby Farm, Langley Lane

Woolborough Farm
The owners of a farm near Outwood called Woolborough Farm, which gave its name to it's occupiers, established or took over the farm north of Crawley, giving their name to it.
Crawley Museum Society Newsletter, November 1991