Charlotte Gunnell is a freelance blogger who has made it her mission to find quiet places in London. A few years ago she started a blog called “A Peace of London”, aimed at freelancers looking for quiet places to work or Londoners seeking somewhere peaceful to go at the weekend. She says: “I started A Peace of London after I’d been living in the capital for about three years. I was working full-time in Kensington at the time and spending over ten hours of my week commuting on the London Underground. I loved London at its most frenetic, but I also yearned for some downtime every weekend.”
At Lurot Brand we know exactly how peaceful London’s mews streets can be, even though they may be only minutes away from a busy shopping street or transport hub. That’s why we were delighted to see “The hidden mews of Belgravia and Knightsbridge” featured in Annie’s list of peaceful enclaves.
If you’ve previously dismissed properties in some of the capital’s busier zones because the streets are too frenetic, then a mews house could change your mind. Whether you want to buy or rent a mews property, we can show you mews streets that offer an oasis of calm. Call us today to find your own Peace of London.
Believe it or not, there are streets in Belgravia and Knightsbridge that enjoy almost perfect silence and a sleepy village atmosphere, just five minutes from the crowds that keep many Londoners away.