These town centre shop premises are prominently situated fronting Lawrence Sheriff Street (A428) and form part of a parade of period properties located between the pedestrianized Sheep Street and High Street and opposite the historic Rugby School. Neighbouring occupiers include a number of national and local concerns with Rugby Central shopping centre also nearby. The property is also well located for all other town centre amenities including the art gallery and museum, railway station (about one mile distant), public car parking facilities, etc. Rugby is conveniently situated for the motorway network (M1, M6, M45, etc.) and is around 15 and 35 miles east of Coventry and Birmingham respectively with Leicester about 22 miles north and Northampton around 21 miles to the south-east. Rugby is a popular market town with a population of 70,628 and a wider borough population of 100,500 (2011 Census).