ONE unit remains in a newly completed office barn conversion featuring state-of-the-art green energy technology.

Wootton Edge Barns at Wootton, near Woodstock, was converted from former stone storage and workshop buildings to create three separate offices.

LEDA Properties moved in within days of completion in a relocation from Abingdon.

The second unit was let to Kinetix Corporate Finance, an independent advisory firm working with companies and investors in the sustainability and renewable energy industries.

The last unit covers 1,916 sq ft over two floors.

For more information contact agents Meeson Williams on 01865 349011.

n AN historic building in Tackley offering beautiful rural views has come on the market.

The Dovecote in Tackley is Grade II listed and is thought to date back to 1616. It was converted to offices in the late 1990s.

“This is a very special building of great architectural significance, and is a perfect home for a design-based company,” said agent David Williams of Meeson Williams.

“It perfectly blends the character, including exposed nesting boxes, with essential office facilities such as perimeter data trunking.

“Tackley is not only a picturesque village with pub and village shop, but it has a rail station and convenient access to the road network, including A34/M40.”

The offices total 11,458 sq ft and are available to let at £22,500 a year.