Proposed Property Schemes

Proposed Property Schemes

Critics are saying that the controversial plans from both the Conservative and Labour parties could worsen the housing situation in the United Kingdom.

 

What Is a Mews House

What Is a Mews House

A traditional mews is a cobbled street (quite often a dead end cul-de-sac) with two rows of terraced cottages facing each other.

The word “Mews” comes from the time when the Royal hawks were ‘mewed’ or moulted in the Royal Mews at Charing Cross. The use changed to stabling in the reign of King Henry VIII.

As quoted in The Property Guru by Romesh Navaratnarajah.

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Queen's Gate Place Mews

Queen's Gate Place Mews

In the 18th century, mews houses in London represented a row of stables, with carriage houses below and living quarters above. Richard Holledge learns that many home seekers are warming up to the idea of these expansive, archaic properties as their abodes.

As quoted in Deccan Herald by Richard Holledge.

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Hyde Park Homes

Hyde Park Homes

Cosy two-bed property on Albion Close, one of a clutch of cosy Hyde Park Estate properties

Former home of veteran actor Michael Caine, this mews house holds plenty of interest.

As quoted in Departures.

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Property Market Trends

Property Market Trends

Three months into 2015, and with a general election just round the corner, we ask prime property experts to share their assessments of the current state of the London prime property market.

As quoted in DBPR

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