Hyde Park’s north side no longer hides away

Hyde Park’s north side no longer hides away

According to recent research, over the past year Hyde Park’s north side has outperformed its exclusive southern side when it comes to price growth. In this article, which first appeared in the Times, our Head of Sales Marlon Lloyd Malcolm explains what’s available in the area and reveals “the most sociable” mews in London.

in The Times

Heading north?

The elephant in the mews

The elephant in the mews

The most unusual thing ever seen in a mews property?  According to our Head of Sales, Marlon Lloyd Malcolm, it was “stable dividers for an elephant.” This odd fact came to light when Marlon was recently interviewed by the New York Times and you can discover more fascinating mews secrets here.

In the New York Times

Marvellous mews facts

Hey, at least it’s pretty!

Hey, at least it’s pretty!

That’s the conclusion reached by Head of Sales Marlon Lloyd Malcolm, faced with a group of selfie-snapping tourists outside a house in Notting Hill’s St Luke’s Mews. Tourists may queue up to photograph properties in this lovely street (famous as a backdrop to the film Love Actually) but who lives in London’s pretty-as-a-picture mews properties?

in the London Magazine

Who’s sitting pretty?

From moulting birds to famous names

From moulting birds to famous names

Originally built for birds of prey, mews houses now provide homes for the rich and famous. However, they still offer great value, according to our General Manager James Robinson. He thinks a mews is ‘the perfect package’, particularly when you compare costs with some luxury London apartments.

On the mansionglobal.com website

MEWSING ON PERFECTION

Our magic number is eight

Our magic number is eight

When Country and Town House were compiling their list of “The Most Magical Mews Properties on the Market”, they chose a fabulous house in Queensbury Mews West, marketed by our Kensington office. It appears number eight on the list here, so scroll down to experience the Lurot Brand magic.

On the Country and Town House website

MEWS MAGIC