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It has, in many ways, been a winter of disgruntlement. But just as there are early signs of Spring emerging from the dark days, there is a feeling in the prime property market that it really isn’t as bad as all that. “It’s a tricky market,” comments Billy Harvey, head of sales at Lurot Brand, “but it’s more positive than the headlines suggest. The economy is improving, interest rates are falling. We’re seeing many clients who are saying ‘let’s get on with it’.”
Discover the picturesque Kynance Mews, an attractive street in London’s South Kensington area known for its stunning green surroundings and rustic charm. Originally built as stabling for the Cornwall Gardens development, the mews has a rich history and has been home to several notable residents, including the renowned English travel writer Bruce Chatwin. With its Grade II listed archways and beautifully restored properties, Kynance Mews has become a sought-after residential address, yet the residents have managed to maintain a strong sense of community and maintain a green outlook, making it a must-visit for tourists and Instagrammers alike.
It’s fun, it’s full of energy, and its perfect for festive treats, catching up, celebrating Christmas and chilling as you shop for that special present. What’s not to like about Notting Hill? It’s our ‘go-to’ place, so here are some of the season’s favourites for your ‘to-do’ list this year.
A blaze of rich autumn colour has been our seasonal reminder that winter is fast approaching; and if that wasn’t enough then, we’ve only got to wander around Marylebone High Street or the King’s Road and we’re entering a Christmas cornucopia of festive decorations and gifting ideas. The winter edition of Mews News always rounds off the year with an insightful interview and a reflective property review of both the sales and rental markets. We’ve also included architectural insight into mews buildings – interesting for mews homeowners, who are curious about where they live. As long-time mews experts, we like to think we know where best to go to celebrate the festive season, so take a look at our LB Loves….Mews Food & Booze for some secret ‘tipple-offs’ on the best mews pubs and restaurants to enjoy throughout December and the New Year. Merry Christmas one and all!READ THE LATEST ISSUE