The office at Wicklesham are not just functional spaces, they provide a creative and energising space in which to do business.
Wicklesham provides commercial property in Oxfordshire that are converted from historical barns dating as far back as the 13th Century, providing the basis for some rare and unique character offices.
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The Old Barn
Grade II Listed Building
The Old Barn is a Grade II listed building dating from the 13th and 14th centuries. Although currently existing as one building, it was originally two. The completion of the first building (Unit 4) is believed to have been commissioned by Stonleigh Abbey, Warwickshire, for a brethren of Cistercian monks based at a wick (dairy) farm. A threshing barn was incorporated to the main building in the 13th century.
16th Century Threshing Barn
Ram Court comprises of a 16th Century threshing barn, with smaller single storey outbuildings dating from the 17th to the 18th Century arranged around a central courtyard. It forms the second phase of the development at Wicklesham and was completed in March 2002.
18th Century Cart Horse Stable
The Byres was initially converted in the 1950's to form a then state-of-the-art modern dairy for milking 200 cows. Initially, an 18th Century cart-horse stable, with attached buildings in a courtyard configuration, it still retains many of the stabling features. It forms the third phase of the development at Wicklesham and was completed in 2005.