5 The Halve

Grade II listed. Built in 1845 as offices and a warehouse by the wool merchant William Willis It was owned by the wealthy local Knee family until the Second World […]

14 The Halve

Grade II* listed. The Trowbridge Street known as The Halve contains no fewer than 14 listed buildings, nearly all built in the late 18th century. The most important is no. […]

Westcroft House

Grade II* listed. Built by clothier John Waldron in 1784, owner of the Bridge Woollen Mills, with workshops behind, The house is situated in the area of Trowbridge known as […]

Trowbridge Museum

Bundles of wool

Discover the West of England’s great wool and cloth history! Trowbridge Museum is located in the town centre and allows you to discover 1,000 years of the town’s history. Discover […]

Fieldways Highfield

Grade II* listed Built in 1858 as the home of mill owner and philanthropist Sir William Roger Brown (who also commissioned the building of Trowbridge Town Hall and other properties […]

Church of the Holy Trinity

Grade II* listed Also known as “the church on the roundabout” because of its position in the middle of a one-way gyratory system, Holy Trinity is one of Trowbridge’s most […]

Kitchener Court

Grade II* listed Built around 1766, this may originally have been three separate dwellings. At some point in the later 18th century, it became a public house under the name […]

Arlington House

Grade II* listed Originally the home of the Singer family, wealthy clothiers of the 18th century, It was the first office of the Wiltshire County Council in 1893, and they […]

2 & 3 Fore Street

Grade II*  listed. A 17th-century building that was refronted in around 1700 by the clothier John Mortimer, brother-in-law of Joseph Houlton, who owned the properties on the opposite side of Wicker […]

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