When city meets village, it’s Love Actually

When city meets village, it’s Love Actually

According to Rebecca Norris, writing for the MyLondon website, mews streets “seem to offer the impossible”, combining urban life with a village-like community buzz. Rebecca wanted to learn more about mews properties, so she got in touch with Lurot Brand. Seems she’s fallen in love with the idea of living in a mews.

On the MyLondon website

Rebecca’s mews musings

Notting Hill Gate notables

Notting Hill Gate notables

Notting Hill Gate is home to the eclectic Portobello Road Market and the world-famous August Bank Holiday Carnival. “Celebrities and film stars can often be seen pottering around in their off-screen lives,” says Head of Sales Marlon Lloyd Malcolm. But which famous residents have lived - or live now - in Notting Hill Gate? Read the full article.

In the London Magazine

Who lives in Notting Hill Gate?

Koreans keen to gather London mews insights

Koreans keen to gather London mews insights

It seems Koreans are eager to know what makes life in a London mews so special. They’ve been talking to Marlon Lloyd Malcolm, who says mews properties appeal to young professionals and older people who “no longer want to own and care for a big house.” Click ‘translate’ to read the article.

On the villiv.co.kr website

What else did Marlon say?

Bag a stately Belgravia bargain

Bag a stately Belgravia bargain

Properties like this ‘mini stately home’ usually cost a cool £5 million, but a lucky creative could grab it for just £1.3m. Marlon Lloyd Malcolm calls it “a unique property,” adding that it would suit “anyone in the creative industries who wanted to work from home.” However, buying this Belgravia bargain comes with a few strings attached.

In the Daily Male/Femail

What’s the catch?

Marlon describes ‘2 distinct groups’ who buy mews houses

Marlon describes ‘2 distinct groups’ who buy mews houses

In a 2019 interview with the New York Times, Marlon Lloyd Malcolm explained some of the changes homeowners make to mews houses, such as building skylights over a staircase or turning “rusty garage doors into tall French windows.” He also described the two very different groups who typically buy mews properties.

On the english-living.com website

Who buys a mews?