Oxford House, Northampton
A Place to Inspire & Get to Work
Oxford House on Cliftonville is a beautiful Victorian villa which stands out and brings a smile. A place where going to work is a treat. This is a building which has been part of Northampton’s history since it was built by Walter Drawbridge Crick (grandfather to Francis Crick he of Double Helix fame). Originally named Nine Springs Villa it was one of only a handful of large villas set at this spot in open countryside with stunning landscaped gardens. Oxford House is now Grade II listed and a feature of Northampton which we’re proud to be a part of. Now that Northampton has grown, Oxford House is close to the town centre and fully refurbished with everything you need to get working.
We’d love you to visit Oxford House to find what you’re looking for.
Unique managed offices
Accommodating 2 to 10 people.
To hold up to 8 people for a workshop or 20 people theatre style. Catering is available.
Shared kitchen area
With endless tea, coffee, biscuits and even a sweet jar.
Full fibre Gigabit internet
Providing secure HD streaming no matter how many people are online.
With a sought-after Cliftonville postcode for your registered and Director's service address.
A safe and secure environment
With a friendly, welcoming community.
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On Cliftonville, NN1 5BE - just up the road from Northampton General Hospital. This is a great location for meeting clients and contacts as well as getting into town for your lunch.