This is the largest of the four villages, consists of a good mix of properties and is blessed with many shops and businesses for a rural community. It also has two schools, the Handcross Primary School and Handcross Park School, a private co-educational school, both in the Old Brighton Road.
One of the shops, now Roystons automobile memorabilia, used to be the village petrol station and you can still see the old petrol pump outside.
There are also two churches, All Saints, C of E in the Horsham Road and Zoar Baptist Chapel in the High Street.
The High Street is flanked by good examples of Victorian properties and is the hub of the village and Parish life.
It is also had two public houses, The Royal Oak, in Horsham Road and The Red Lion, an old coaching inn, situated at the junction of the High Street and Horsham Road.
In addition, there is the Handcross Parish Hall in the High Street. This is the largest community facility in the Parish and is available for hire and is situated next to the Handcross Sports and Social Club.
The recreation ground in the High Street is owned by the Parish Council and contains the Pavilion, which is used by a variety of organisations as well as the local sports clubs. This is also available for hire.