By the end of the 20th century the old farm buildings at Crowmarsh Battle Farms were no longer suitable for agricultural use so a conversion programme was begun. In 1998 - 1999 the Grade II timber framed barns were renovated and converted into eight office units. In 2002 the stone and flint stable block was converted into a further two units. The site which is located in Preston Crowmarsh, between Oxford and Reading, is set in a traditional farm yard with landscaped grounds and car parking; the office employees now enjoy the benefits of working in a quiet rural environment. In 2014 fibre optic broadband was bought to the site.



Adkin act as agents for the offices at Crowmarsh Battle Barns; if you would like further information regarding lease opportunities please contact Adkin directly.  

Other conversions

Further old buildings have also been renovated at the site; the Cart Shed located within the barn complex is now being used as a cafe. The original Granary has been transformed from being virtually derelict into a modern farm office. The restored Granary still rests on staddle stones, the traditional means of keeping rats away from the grain. The Dovecote, another traditional farm building, with nesting holes for over 50 doves, has been totally restored to its original condition.