If a classic residence with modern luxury appeals, consider a London mews. Many of these quaint properties have been transformed into striking contemporary homes for London's urbanites.
Located along discreet cobbled streets in Prime Central London, with facades that hint at a fascinating past, these Victorian or Georgian gems make practical homes - the integrated garage adding significant space to the interior.
While the floor space and lack of light can be challenging, with careful planning and a good imagination, these matters can be overcome in great style. Behind the front door of each mews is a thoroughly unique living space, a far cry from the 'same old same ol' of a modern apartment block.
Take for instance Roland way. This distinctive South Kensington mews has a traditional white exterior and semi-circular arched stable doors, a feature rarely seen today. Inside its been refurbished into a stylish, roomy dwelling with open plan living spaces.
If you'd like to see some of these magical mews transformations for yourself, call us to organise a visit.
The simple white facade of 22 Queen’s Gate Mews, set in a cobbled Kensington backstreet, also gives little impression of what lies behind the old stable doors.