The Old Rectory is an exquisite Grade II Listed
converted rectory dating back to the mid 19th
Century. The building was originally imagined in the Gothic
Revival style by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, renowned
for designing the iconic red telephone box, as well
as well-known buildings throughout the UK.
In more recent years The Old Rectory was known as
Parklands and provided sheltered housing scheme for older
people. Over time the residents were rehoused and the
property stayed vacant.
Trimac Properties Ltd have refurbished The Old Rectory back to its former glory whilst retaining its original features and creating four unique apartments in a fantastic location at the heart of Chippenham.