2 Butcher Row is three-storey period building of traditional brick construction set beneath a pitched tile roof, with a later two-storey flat roofed extension also of brick. The premises, which comprise a ground floor shop unit of character with ancillary accommodation arranged on two upper floors, form part of a block of similar properties in the historic heart of the town.
There is additional access to the rear of the premises from a passageway between Nos. 2 and 4 Butcher Row. The landlord may also be able to provide rear delivery access from St. Mary’s Street, subject to clarification by the landlord’s solicitors
Butcher Row is a picturesque pedestrianised shopping street, just off Pride Hill with a range of half-timbered and other period buildings. Neighbouring traders include The Bull at Butcher Row, The Libertine, The Prince Rupert Hotel, Mystique (lingerie) Phillpotts (sandwich bar), White Orchard (gift shop) and Lads ‘n Dads (barber shop). Main multi storey car parking is available at the nearby NCP car parks of Pride Hill, with surface car parking at Wyle Cop and St Julian's Friars and Barker Street also nearby.