26 Little Clarendon Street comprises an attractive period retail unit on Jericho's "Little Trendy Street". It offers well presented, predominantly clear retailing space with the additional benefit of an easily accessible basement storage area.
Little Clarendon and its surrounds provide an attractive and niche retail environment. As a location historically it has attracted fashion boutiques, restaurant operators and arts and home ware design retailers. The property is close to the intersection with Walton Street which is a popular destination in it's own right and home to the Oxford University Press headquarters.
Neighbouring occupiers on Little Clarendon Street include Gail's Artisan Bakery, Cafe Rouge and Patisserie Valerie, whilst Oxford University and Somerville College both have significant presence in the street. The street has benefitted substantially from the completion of Oxford University's Radcliffe Observatory Quarter.
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