the rather cramped environs of Market Square you pass
into the more elegant and tranquil atmosphere of the
Causeway, a continuation of South Street. The
plaque is attached to Causeway House (number 9) which
houses the Horsham Museum.
In the Causeway you will find a mixture
of mainly 15th and 16th century houses with, in some
cases, later facades. Nos 9, 11/12 (east side)
and 30 (west side) are original burgage houses.
From the 18th century are Nos 13 to 17, 31 and the
Manor House (opposite the Museum). From the 19th
century are Nos 7 and 8.
Manor House stands on the site of Hewells, a 12th
century manor. The present building was owned by
the Tredcroft family for 150 years, later becoming a
boys' preparatory school, the headquarters of the
RSPCA and now converted into luxury apartments
The manor's old coach house with its roof cupola
stands nearby in Blackhorse Way.