The property was originally built as two grand houses in the late 19th Century but was made into one property when it was bought by the NHS as part of the hospital on Beverley Road – since demolished. The property was then registered as one property 50 Margaret Street.
The property consists of a terrace of originally four houses which were refurbished in 2011. Three of the units have gas central heating and the fourth has electricic heating. The individual properties are in a traditional house format with downstairs living accommodation including large living room, kitchen and toilet. They all have staircases leading to 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. One of the houses has the benefit of a large double glazed conservatory. The houses are of traditional brick construction under slate covered roofs.
At the rear of the property is a maintained communal garden which all properties open onto. A separate one bedded bungalow is in this garden with access from the front of the property. Accommodation comprises kitchenette, toilet/shower room, living room with wood burning stove and a small bedroom. The roofing is pan tiled and there is a semi covered rustic conservatory at the side.