A five storey red brick warehouse building built 1895 – 1896. The building was part occupied by R. Carswell & Son Ltd, stationers and printers since 1896 and the remainder of the building was leased to various businesses. R. Carswell & Son became Bell, Logan & Carswell Ltd during the 1950s and continued to occupy the building until at least 1960. The company was acquired by Century Press and reportedly continued to occupy part of the building until the late 1980s.
The building was placed on the market during September 2018 with offers invited in excess of £3m. The adjoining property at 23-29 Queen Street (a three storey rendered terrace dating from the 1830s) is also offered for sale.