The text from the original sales brochure of Du Cane Court:
Electricity is provided for lighting, heating and cooking at the low rate of d. per unit, subject to a small quarterly fixed charge according to the size of the flat.
Gas is laid on in the First Section and is charged for at the rate of 8 d. per therm plus a meter rent of sd. per month.
A letter chute is provided in a convenient position on every floor, and connects with a postal box in the central entrance hall, which postal box is cleared at all usual collecting times, by arrangement with the Postmaster-General.
Telephone call boxes for the convenience of tenants are installed in the central entrance hall, and at the end of each wing on the ground floor. A conduit is laid throughout the building for the ready wiring of private telephone connections to any flat should tenants desire individual connection to the Post Office Exchange.
The gardens have been laid out by the famous Japanese landscape art- ist, Seyemon Kusumoto. Roof gard- ens are provided at the end of the east and west wings. The centre wing also provides a roof garden directly connecting with the restaurant, where, in warm weather, meals may be enjoyed in the open air.
A resident manager resides on the premises and is available at all reasonable times to attend to tenants
Also show an illustration of a dining room at Du Cane Court
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