North west corner of Grenfell Street and Gawler Place. Grenfell Street frontage: 40 1/2 yards; Gawler Place frontage: 48 1/2 yards. The three storey stone building houses Goode Durrant and Company. Charles Henry Goode was a merchant, draper, businessman, politician and philanthropist in the early days South Australia. He founded Goode, Durrant and Company in 1882. On the Gawler Place side sits Smith and Hawkes, a Cricket and Sports Depot and Cawthorne and Company.