You may be surprised to hear that converted mews houses have become among the most desirable in London. Small but perfectly formed, these charming properties are usually tucked away from the hubbub, lining both sides of a quiet cobbled street.
In the 17th and 18th century, mews buildings were used to stable horses and house carriages of the wealthy, while their servants lived on the first floor. Fast forward to the 21st Century and you'll find these former stables transformed into beautiful homes, fit for discerning buyers and tenants, who delight in the history and have an eye for the unusual.
If you're looking for a stylish, easy to maintain property on the doorstep of the very best of London, and with your own front door, we recommend considering a mews. One of our particular favourites is picturesque Kynance Mews.
We have a selection of gorgeous mews properties in our collection so do drop by to schedule viewings and get a glimpse of the rich past behind the period mews that catches your eye.
Nowadays, these Mews houses are converted to charming 21-century homes. As these cute houses are very limited (between 400 and 500 in London) they have become much-in-demand. They're pretty, peaceful, quiet in the most expensive neighbourhoods of London