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The Rectory Difference

We are passionate about creating new homes with character, carefully designed around the needs of our customers, balancing practicality with timeless design, and creating developments that respond to and blend with their unique surroundings.

With decades of experience identifying and selecting prime locations, and designing and delivering premium developments, we are passionately committed to the highest standards of design, construction quality and customer service.

The foundation of the Rectory brand, and the hallmark of any Rectory home, is a completely bespoke approach to the design and build process, and unrivalled attention-to-detail throughout each development.

As a privately-owned and managed niche developer, we have a dedicated team of people who have between them many years’ experience in the new homes industry all whom have a passion for providing beautiful family homes.

We excel at creating small-scale developments in highly desirable locations, with beautiful properties that are full of character, and that our customers are proud to call home.

From our headquarters in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, we first made our mark on the discerning market in Central England over 20 years ago, and have upheld our track record proudly ever since.

We are committed to investing in our people, continually improving our standards, and delivering the highest quality homes, whilst creating new communities which respect their surroundings and leave a legacy of lasting quality. We are proud of our reputation for providing a high specification and finish truly unrivalled by most of our competitors.

Rectory has built an industry-leading reputation on superior quality and design. Our high level of service is maintained from the build process, with an exceptional technical and build team, to the sales process, with dedicated sales and aftercare teams.

We also recognise the benefits of integrating our new homes with existing towns and villages by supporting local facilities through sponsorship and support of community projects and arts and leisure organisations, in addition to the contributions made through our planning obligations.