Wicklesham provides commercial property in Oxfordshire that are converted from historical barns dating as far back as the 13th Century. It is unusually fortunate to have more than one threshing barn, in a single location, which provides the basis for some rare and unique character offices.
There are 3 courtyard settings at Wicklesham, each housing 4 or 5 offices per courtyard. The Old Barn is a Grade II listed threshing barn dating from 13th and 14th centuries. Ram Court is a 16th century threshing barn surrounded by 18th century outbuildings. The Byres is an 18th century carthorse stable, barn and outbuildings.
Offices range in size from a single desk to 415 sq. m. (4,500 sq. ft.). All offices are modern conversions yet retaining historical features, such as exposed timbers in the ceilings and arrow slits in the walls, providing some highly unique commercial property in Oxfordshire. The traditional use of thick stone walls typically gives the buildings a lower carbon footprint than more modern-built offices. All offices are fully networked with assigned car-parking spaces and ample overflow car-parking if ever required.