Ram Court

Ram Court Offices

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. The 400 year old original threshing beams have been laid as flooring (Unit 1). Immediately behind Ram Court is a redundant water ram, originally used to pump water to the buildings.


Office specifications

Internal areas range from 65 sq. m. (700 sq. ft.) to 225 sq. m. (2400 sq. ft.). The offices are fully networked and may have car parking assigned outside the premises although there is ample car-parking on site, if required.
On the right you can see a 3D rendering of Ram Court to give an impression of the internal office space. Below are a montage of images showing internal and external aspects of this creative and productive office location.

Links to our other offices

The Byres

18th Century Cart-Horse Stable

Offices ranging from 640 to 4,100 sq. ft. (60 to 380 sq. m.)


The Old Barn

Grade II Listed Building

Offices ranging from 600 to 2,300 sq. ft. (56 to 212 sq. m.)