The development comprises of 7, 3 storey houses arranged to form 2 sides of a private Town Square. A large basement contains private garaging for each house and for visitors. Enclosed front gardens are bound by wrought iron railings and open directly to the Town Square space.
The introduction of tall bay windows , feature chimneys and dormer windows together with a variation of materials and forms are consistent with the early 20th Century Arts and Crafts style of the building. The building form and expression has been influenced by the designs of large private residences by Edwin Lutyens and Charles Voysey.