Historic building in Wallingford. Row of 3 houses, possibly originally shops with dwellings above. Probably early C16 with later alterations. Roughcast, probably on timber framing; old plain-tile roof; brick end stack to left. Two 6-panel doors with architrave surrounds approached by stone steps to left of centre. Probably late C18 shop window of 24-panes with flanking half-columns having masks to lintel at centre. Jetty to first floor, that to centre at higher level. Cellar of No.18 noted as having stone quadripartite vaulting of 2 bays, possibly incorporating re-used masonry from the priory church.