I wonder if the sign was there when C.S. Lewis was occupying the premises?
The ivy at the Kilns grows like the works of its previous occupant.
They do windows better in the UK.
Not the wardrobe, but it’s in C.S. Lewis’s house.
Magdalen College Chapel, where C.S. Lewis worshiped.
Inside the quad
In a quad looking at the Magdalen Tower.
Lewis’ pew is near the end of the row on the left.
Every old structure in Oxford can, and does, becoming housing.