The property comprises an early sixteenth century Grade II listed building arranged over basement, ground and first, later extended in early 17th century to provide a further two upper floors to the rear of the property.
There is a retail unit at basement and ground, a surgery at first and further office space at the upper floors.
The front elevation is of roughcast render with timber frame features. There is timber sliding sash windows at the first floor with traditional single glazed retail frontage at the ground floor.
Internally the ground floor comprises open plan retail space, with a small kitchenette and WC to the rear. The basement provides ancillary storage space. The unit is fitted out in the tenant's standard shopfit with a mixture of tile and wooden floors, plaster ceiling with timber beams and a mixture of wooden panel and plaster walls. The unit benefits from ac and recessed spotlights.
The property is located in the centre of Oxford on the southern side of the street towards the Carfax end of the High Street. It adjoins the entrance to Herbert Mallam Gowers legal practice to one side and is otherwise situated between Chelsea Building Society to one side and Black Sheep Art Gallery to the other.
In recent years this side of the High Street has seen a significant change and is now regarded as a fashion location with notable occupiers being Jigsaw, Karen Millen and Phase 8 together with other well-known brands.