|F2C||18||2||1 bedroom, living room|
|F3C||3||3||2 bedrooms, living room|
|M2A||14||3||1 bedroom, living room, dining area|
|M2B||16||3||1 bedroom, living room, dining area|
|M3A||7||4||2 bedrooms, living room, dining area, roof patio|
|M3B||8||4||2 bedrooms, living room, dining area, roof patio|
|M3D||1||4||2 bedrooms, living room, dining area|
|M3E||1||4||2 bedrooms, living room, dining area|
|M4A||1||5||3 bedrooms, living room, dining area, roof patio|
All the flats (except ones at the very ends of the block) are either one-bedroom flats or two bedroom maisonettes. The entrances to all flats are off central corridors (actually not quite central) on the second, third or fifth floors.
The flats with entrance doors on the south side of the corridor (except the Type F3C ones) are all one-bedroom flats. They have a living room and a bedroom at the front, an open-plan kitchen at the back of the living room, and a bathroom behind the bedroom near the entrance. (Type F2C). Flats on the western corner have an extra bedroom, taking advantage of the additional window space. (Type F3C). The living rooms and the bedrooms of these flat types all have windows facing one way – south over Beech Gardens.
The flats entered on the north side of the corridors are all two bedroom maisonettes on two storeys. The corridor is not quite central, so north-side flats are slightly deeper than south-side flats at the shared entrance level. At the entrance level, you come into a hall with stairs to the other larger floor; further ahead is a bathroom off the hall; and finally there is a bedroom at the north window end. The fine mahogany staircase takes you up (or down) to the larger floor which spans the whole depth of the building and has windows at both ends. There’s a large living area with windows facing south, a kitchen in the middle, and a dining room with windows facing north. (These may be Type M2A or Type M2B (which is infinitesimally smaller)).
Maisonettes entered on the second floor go down to the front-to-back larger storey on the first floor (which therefore has no corridor). Maisonettes entered on the third floor go up to the front-to-back larger storey on the fourth floor (which therefore has no corridor).
At the eastern end of each floor, the corridor ends at the entrance of a maisonette, which run through the full width of the building. At the entrance level, you enter a hall. You then turn one way into a bedroom, and the other way (passing the bathroom) to reach a second bedroom. Up the stairs from the hall, there is a living room at the front, a kitchen in the middle, and a dining room. (These may be Type M3D or Type M3E (which has slightly different stairs).
On the fifth floor, there are penthouse maisonettes on three levels. They are similar to the maisonettes on the third/fourth floors, except that there is an additional one room penthouse studio or bedroom on a third level. (These may be Type M3A, Type M3B or Type M4A).