Mews have become increasingly popular as property choices for Londoners looking for somewhere central that’s stylish and quaint yet tucked away with a bit more privacy. Their cobbled streets, colourful designs, and individuality make mews an attractive property style. Furthermore, a recent trend of mews featuring prominently in film and television over the years such as Love Actually, Layer Cake and most recently Mcmafia have also further sparked interest in this style of property.
In the past, these type of properties were used to serve the purpose of housing for servants or used for the function of stables and garages. Now, however, the demographics could not be further away from their roots, with the majority being desirable locations for affluent professionals, musicians and actors who value the high level of privacy.
Here’s a selection a few currently listed via OnTheMarket to have a little scroll through.
Specifications: 3 bedrooms, 3 ensuite bathrooms, entrance hall, kitchen, living room, garage, 1467 sq ft.
Situation: behind Portobello road and part of the Kensington Colville Conservation Area. Very close to Kensington Park Road and Westbourne Grove
Specifications: 2 bedrooms, 1 ensuite bathroom, 1 separate bathroom, open plan kitchen/dining, reception room, garage, freehold, 1444 sq ft.
Situation: Heart of Marylebone Village, close to Marylebone Street and Regents Park.
Specifications: 4 bedrooms, 4 ensuite bathrooms, open plan reception/dining room, two terraces, integral garage, 3000 sq ft.
Situation: Central Mayfair, close to Mount Street & Grosvenor Square.
Specifications: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen/reception room, courtyard patio, parking, newly converted Victorian stable-yard.
Situation: Richmond Hill, near Richmond Park and the Terrace gardens.
Specifications: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, entrance/reception room,
Situation: Heart of Bayswater, close to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.
Specifications: 2 bedrooms, 2 ensuite bathrooms, reception room, kitchen, dining room,
Situation: Heart of South Kensington, between Onslow Gardens and Cranley Gardens.