This late 19th century Grade II Listed terrace of commercial properties has residential accommodation above.
Whilst they were constructed in stages the unified design, stepping up the slope, is especially noticeable. The walls
are of local limestone, with sandstone dressings to the window cills and lintols and also the string course which lines up with the first floor window cills. The slate roof has red ridge tiles and red brick chimneys.
The iron and glass verandahs once extended the full length of the terrace. The decorative ironwork on the corner of Abergele Road and Princess Road is especially ornate. Its design and detail can be best appreciated when standing underneath the verandah.