When the owners of a property in Cranley Mews - a street featured in the hit BBC TV series McMafia - wanted to move on, they naturally asked Lurot Brand to handle the sale. Their confidence in us as mews specialists was amply rewarded when our marketing department achieved the syndication of their story to most major national, and some international, newspapers. Please scroll down to read them.

Daily Mail

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A stunning home on the same cobbled street where Alex Godman lives in the hit BBC crime drama McMafia has gone on the market for £2.6million. Mr Godman, played by British actor and bookies' favourite to be the new James Bond, James Norton, starts out as a respectable banker who finds himself involved in Russian organised crime because of his family's past.

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Mirror 

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And the successful financier lives in a stylish property on Cranley Mews, South Kensington, in the BBC drama. But while studio bosses give the impression he's living on the cobbled street, the interior is actually a six-bedroom townhouse in Wandsworth.

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The Times

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Halifax is reporting that annual house price growth is still running at 2.2 per cent, which you can see either as an accurate summary of the market’s state, or as a travesty of the truth.

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The Telegraph

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Anyone with £2.6 million to spare can live like TV's most charming young mobster, as one of the main filming locations for McMafia goes up for sale.

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Evening Standard 

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A home in the smart cobbled mews where McMafia character Alex Godman lives is for sale. London-born star of the series James Norton, rumoured to be in the running as the next James Bond, is seen strolling home to Cranley Mews near Gloucester Road in nearly every episode of the BBC drama.

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Cetusnews 

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A home in the smart cobbled mews where McMafia character Alex Godman lives is for sale. London-born star of the series James Norton, rumoured to be in the running as the next James Bond, is seen strolling home to Cranley Mews near Gloucester Road in nearly every episode of the BBC drama. Lurot Brand is selling No. 23, a cute cottage of 1,158 gorgeously decorated square feet, with three bedrooms and a garage

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Somerset County Gazette

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A STUNNING home on 'McMafia Mews' has been put up for sale for £2.6 million - with one agent reporting a buzz around the cobbled streets on the back of the hit show.

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Good Housekeeping 

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BBC drama McMafia has been dubbed James Norton’s ‘Bond audition’ due to the fact the actor is highly tipped to take over the role of 007 from Daniel Craig. As well as propelling Norton forward in his career, McMafia is serving another purpose altogether – and it’s to do with property sales.

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