Frank, Burnet and Boston, 1900. Glasgow-style tenement
with public house, 4-storey and attic, red ashlar with
projecting corner bay.
Ground floor public house and shop front, altered.
Govan Road elevation, canted oriel rises through 1st, 2nd
and 3rd floors, corbelled balcony over 3rd and wide
arched window in dormer with stone finial. Main 1st floor
windows have roll-moulded arrises, 2nd and 3rd floor
depressed ogee, lipped lintels. Tall wallhead stack with
adjoining segmental arched dormer breaking eaves.
Bipartite pedimented dormer with carved tympana adjoins
stack at left, corbelled out from 3rd floor. Corner bay,
corbelled out from 1st floor, has plain windows, corbelled
balcony at 4th floor and hexagonal slated roof with iron
Elevation to Shaw St similar with S bay oriel through 1st,
2nd and 3rd floors, simple balcony and small dormer, 2
semi-curvilinear pedimented dormers adjoining 2 wallhead
Slate roofs, All windows are modern pivot but in keeping
with the original glazing pattern.