Even Hercule Poirot felt at home in a mews

Even Hercule Poirot felt at home in a mews

13/09/2016 by Lurot Brand

Over the years many well-known writers have been inspired to write novels about fictional characters living in mews houses. “The Man in the Mews” by Joy Packer, published in 1964, captures a 20th century view of mews living. Described as “a superb blend of romance, atmosphere and suspense”, the storyline features socially prominent families, former spies and a long-hidden secret. ..

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Is living in a mews property good for your health?

Is living in a mews property good for your health?

6/09/2016 by Lurot Brand

Ask any mews resident to list the advantages of living in a mews property and they will probably mention things like the house size (not too big, not too small), kerb appeal, having an exclusive London address and living in a private, enclosed area. ..

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What we are seeing in the mews streets

What we are seeing in the mews streets

18/08/2016 by Lurot Brand

Mews homes in London, often referred to as hidden gems, are tucked away in virtually traffic-free cul-de-sacs and picturesque lanes. They are normally freehold houses for flat money located in the best part of London. For these reasons Lurot Brand has been specialising in the sale and letting of these wonderful properties through ‘bear’ and ‘bull’ markets for over 40 years. ..

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Mews on the news: ITV’s Tonight takes a tour with Lurot Brand

Mews on the news: ITV’s Tonight takes a tour with Lurot Brand

18/08/2016 by Lurot Brand

In an appearance on ITV’s “Tonight” documentary series entitled “Brexit: What’s your house worth?”, James Robinson, General Manager of London estate agent Lurot Brand, has advised that another dramatic “take off” for the capital’s property prices is unlikely to happen in the short term as a result of the Brexit vote. ..

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Downsizing with a lot of upsides

Downsizing with a lot of upsides

13/07/2016 by Lurot Brand

If your children have flown the nest for uni, a sunny gap year or to move in with friends, you may be wondering if you really need a large family home. There are many advantages to downsizing. If you love saving money, energy, resources and enjoy saving time on maintenance – these are just a few benefits. ..

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