A former agricultural building on the outskirts of Oxford has gone on the market as office space.

VSL is offering the Dutch Barn at the Red House Farm development off Eynsham Road at Botley.

A rebuild of a former agricultural building situated off a tree lined drive, it will provide a modern two-storey office building with views over open countryside.

Key features will include a curved roof with Cotswold stone walls on the ground floor and timber cladding above, along with 13 car parking spaces and two electric vehicle charging points.

Currently under construction with energy efficient technology being used, it will be available from May 2022.

The 3,742 sq ft space has been designed to provide flexible use and could be occupied as a whole, on a floor-by-floor basis or using two separate suites per floor. The rent will be £32.50 per sq ft.

Duncan May, associate director of VSL, said: “This is a fantastic location with wonderful countryside views while still being within easy reach of Oxford city centre and the A34.

“We anticipate strong demand for the Dutch Barn, especially as it will be a new, energy efficient building with parking at a time when there is little office stock available in Oxford.”

Red House Farm consists of a collection of buildings that have previously been converted from agricultural use.

VSL recently agreed a letting on the site for Suite One of Rochester House. The 1,476 sq ft property has been taken on a five-year lease by a law firm at £27 per sq ft.

CGI by TSH Architects.

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