Get inspired by The Cure frontman, Robert Smith's, Crawley roots

Lead singer of The Cure, Robert Smith's childhood home town in Pound Hill is an inspiration for London commuters.
Robert Smith, the eccentric lead singer of rock band The Cure, was inspired at an early age by Pound Hill in Crawley, West Sussex. He grew up in the area and went to school there from 1966-77. 

Quiet little Worth, in Pound Hill, is where Smith formed his first group, The Crawley Goat Band, before The Cure was born in 1976. If he feels like connecting to his roots, Martin Grant Homes has seven three- and four-bedroom properties for sale there.  A smart choice for commuters, they are a mile from Three Bridges station, with trains to London Bridge in 33 minutes. Priced £449,950 to £469,950.
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