The property comprises a prominent corner building dating from the late 1890s with the ground floor occupied by RBS Bank. It is of brick construction over ground and first floor level incorporating a feature
stone entrance at the junction of Bridgewater Road and Manchester Road. Fenestration throughout comprises single glazed timber framed units with internal security and secondary glazing to parts of the
property. The whole is contained beneath a multi pitched clay tiled roof. Internally the property comprises a traditional banking hall combining a mixture of open plan and cellular accommodation with ancillary facilities including WC and kitchen.