Taymount Grange was built on the site of Taymount, a 19th Century house and the former Queens Tennis Club. The developer was Sir Malerham Perks. It has a steel frame with masonry infill and a rendered finish, flat roof and metal windows. When built some of the flats comprised two apartments, a large one for the main occupier and a smaller one for the servant. The flats were advertised with the tag "the servant problem solved". There were also a restaurant, lounge and "guest rooms", as well as seven tennis courts, a swimming pool and a putting green.