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street lined with buildings that were originally private stables but have been remodeled as dwellings

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Speaking to theMirrorabout the property a year ago, James Robinson, general manager at Lurot Brand, said "This Little Venice mews house takes the description of 'being unmodernised' to a whole new level."
The mews house that it's within is renowned for having the best acoustics in central London other than in professional film and TV studios.
The luxurious bathroom has a feature bath The kitchen has state-of-the-art appliances The mews house is newly-built
The latest purchase is a pounds 1.13million London mews house bought for second son Nicky.
The mews house boasts three bedroom suites, guest kitchen and a double garage.
The characterful Grade II Listed, two-bedroomed mews house stands alongside Thorngrove, for whose retainers, farm workers and craftsmen The Forge and its neighbours were originally built.
A diminutive mews house in London built in the 1970s has been enlarged, transformed with elegance and a great deal of ingenuity.
The six-bedroom mansion, which has a linked mews house at the rear and a garage, has also had its outside spaces upgraded, which now offer a large balcony and three terraces including a rooftop BBQ.
Back in 2012 she bought a mews house in Kensington, West London, for PS5.65million.
Officers called out to the man to stop but he darted into a narrow lane adjoining the 52-year-old singer's Mayfair mews house.
HOMEBUYERS can now bask in the history of Chester, yet live in contemporary surroundings, with the release of a select development of just nine mews house within half a mile of the city centre.
That's because the 40ft tunnel will link his West London townhouse to the basement of his two-storey mews house - where a 30ft swimming pool has been installed.
Speaking from her Chelsea mews house, Miss Ekland said: "I'm happy to be home.
The Mews house is the former servants' quarters of a much larger property nearby, a four-bedroom Grade-II listed Georgian mansion that was later bought by Norman St John-Stevas, the leader of the House of Commons during Margaret Thatcher's time as Prime Minister.