This year, the holiday feeling seems to have arrived a little earlier than expected. In this summer edition of our quarterly mews reporting, our Chairman, Antoine Lurot, introduces our new, exciting website; Zoe Dare Hall, Property Freelance Journalist of the Year 2021, reports on the latest sales market trends; Mollie Swallow, Lettings Director, takes you through the long benefits of mews tenants; and finally, we explore London through Martyn Brown's London Mansion Flats and our very own guide to the best locations in W8. All this and more including our fabulous mews for sale and to rent.
We hope you’ll forgive us for indulging in a little mews nostalgia as we celebrate fifty years of Lurot Brand. Features in Mews News include a fascinating interview with our founder and Chairman, Antoine Lurot, and a whizz through mews lettings history with our Lettings Director, Mollie Swallow. Everchanging Mews digs into the pros and cons of basement construction, while LB Loves explores our favourite mews, past and present. All this, plus savvy market analysis from Zoe Dare Hall and an exciting array of fabulous mews properties to rent or buy.
Pour yourself a festive tipple and settle down with our 2021 winter edition of Mews News. This issue is all about ‘returning’: we discuss the return of the renter, the revival of the pied-á-terre, and the return of homeowners who escaped to the country, only to find themselves lured back to the capital’s bright lights. Read on to explore a Danish-style mews conversion, meet our ‘Mews in Bloom’ winners, enjoy our essential Soho area guide, and binge on our listings of glorious mews properties for sale and to rent. Cheers!
September’s here, and we’re raring to go with another exciting issue of Mews News. In this edition, Martyn John Brown takes a nostalgic look back at mews living during the Nineties and Noughties. Gio Pezziga of the Bloomsbury Hotel’s Coral Room shares some delightfully decadent cocktail recipes, and Zoe Dare Hall explains why mews properties are perfect for post-pandemic, country-style living in the heart of town. Naturally, you’ll also be able to browse a selection of glorious mews properties for sale or rent. Click below to enjoy all these features and more in our feature-packed autumn edition.
Open a chilled bottle of bubbly and settle down with the latest Mews News. In this edition, historian Martyn Brown revisits the 1970s and 80s, when mews houses became hedonistic ‘party pads’; Telegraph writer Zoe Dare Hall anticipates a ‘Roaring Twenties’-style celebration as Covid restrictions lift; Noah Pearlman goes bananas in NW3, and our ‘LB Loves’ spotlight falls on lovely Little Venice. Click below for these unmissable features plus our fabulous listings of mews properties available for sale or rent.
Welcome to the Spring edition of Mews News. In tune with the season (and Lurot Brand’s upcoming 50th anniversary), we’re feeling incredibly optimistic. Our resident mews expert Martyn Brown explores the evolution of the modern mews through 50 years of property sales, and we come face-to-face with an artisan gin producer, based in a north London mews. Mollie Swallow gives an update on the rental market, while Telegraph journalist Zoe Dare Hall enjoys calmer waters after a perfect prime London storm. Start reading now for a wealth of fascinating articles (plus our fabulous listings of mews properties for sale or rent).
In this issue, The Telegraph’s Zoe Dare Hall celebrates motivated buyers who keep the property market moving, while racer and stunt driver Ben Collins is put through his paces in a speedy one-to-one interview. We also explore the chronology of the London mews and share 11 reasons why we love Marylebone. Finally, Head of Lettings Mollie Swallow reflects on a cheerful summer and offers some words of winter wisdom for landlords. Feeling warmer? When you’ve had your fill of features, take a moment to browse our property listings, packed with fabulous mews houses to buy or rent.
We’re delighted to bring you our Autumn 2020 edition of Mews News, packed as ever with fascinating facts and advice for mews lovers. Marlon Lloyd Malcolm says Lurot Brand is “back and busy”, while Zoe Dare Hall of the Telegraph discusses life after lockdown and asks whether London property is truly “out of the woods.” Click through to enjoy more unmissable features, including an intriguing look at how wartime damage has affected our mews heritage, plus landlord tips on attracting new tenants from our Head of Lettings, Mollie Crowley.
Throughout this summer edition of Mews News, you will hear stories from people before and during the Covid crisis and about how our celebrated mews streets have benefitted from the sense of community that they bring. Inside you will find a great ‘One-to-One’ with Aurelie Caspar, a multiple mews owner who has a local bakery, our own Noah Pearlman takes a closer look at north London’s villages and discovers how they are reacting to the lockdown. We have also included a fantastic insight from Martyn John Brown into how London’s rivers and tributaries have shaped the mews we see today. And if that doesn’t distract you, then perhaps you should read about how we are finally bringing back our “Mews in Bloom’ competition, with professional judges, prizes and awards.