There is no specific branding or logos visible, so we have no way to determine a brand, but I can see:
- Internal gear hub, probably 3 speed
- Parcel racks front and rear, both highly robust.
- Low, step-through frame for ease of mounting
- Frame appears to be aluminium, for lightness. Suggests relatively recent, last 20 years or so.
- Kickstand for parking like in photo, makes loading easier
- Integrated frame lock on rear wheel - common in Europe
- Integrated lighting mounts on the fork and head tube, BUT there is not permanently fitted light as per many European requirements.
As for fit - the saddle could move down some 50mm further. There's a concertina cover on the stem, it might be able to move down a lot further, hard to tell.
Your best bet is ride it in person and see how you find it. Looks like a perfectly serviceable shopping bike, though unlikely to be speedy or long-distance.