There are, of course, images post-1899 of the Bremner, Douglas and Somerville plots all complete but with no Bank corner. This is because there was a very long time lag between the three early buildings and the subsequent ones, which didn't go up until the 1920s.
On the first floor originally were two further bedrooms, another parlour, a second kitchen and a drawing room (above the shop entrance, with the large bay window). The attic floor contained three more bedrooms and a bathroom. Margaret Bremner had been a grocer already for many years in a shop at the Bridge House on The Wynd (now Largo Road) prior to her move to the Post Office. She had had a number of her siblings living with her there, perhaps some of them moved with her to the new premises, accounting for the large number of bedrooms. Miss Bremner had a full life and I would like to return to her and her family in a later post.