Probably James Miller, 1933. 2-storey 7-by 8-bay block, brick
and concrete. Prominent curved corner tower, faience, with
fluted projecting pilasters. 2 door with wrought-iron gates
under flat canopy. 1st floor modern windows (orignally
curved) and 2 curved side balconies with iron railings.
Flanking faience panels. A tall octagonal window to each
side, then large multi-paned metal-framed ground and 1st
floor windows separated by fluted faience pilasters. End bay
at Mauchline Street a door. High parapet and flat roof.
Vestibule: 2 art deco columns with horizontal ribs and curved
up-turned light-fittings, part covered with new flock
wallpaper. Wooden panelling to stair. Other rooms plain.