London mews are home to some of the city’s oldest & most hospitable pubs
A connection between the monarchy and the mews of London dates back generations and over the years both have had to adapt to changes in society and the expectation of the people.
Although the scars of two world wars are barely visible in the capital today, during the first half of the 20th century terrible damage was inflicted on London’s built heritage. During the Second World War alone it is estimated that around 18,800 tons of high explosives rained down upon the city’s streets.
The period residential buildings in London create a beautiful backdrop for life, and are a major attraction among home movers looking to live in a slice of British history
Fashionable and compact, mews homes in prime Central London are ideal if you’re considering buying a distinctive property oozing ‘old world’ charm
At Lurot Brand we’re familiar with mews streets that are close to designer shops, exclusive hotels and private, lawned squares, but until now we have never come across a mews with a haunted pub
“If only walls could talk! What fascinating stories London’s iconic mews would tell. Originally stables with staff quarters above them, these tranquil properties were owned by England’s wealthiest families. When the usage of horse-drawn carriages dwindled, they were converted into elegant residences sought-after by people looking for a unique lifestyle in the heart of the […]
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