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It is now over thirty years since Barbara Rosen and Wolfgang Zuckerman wrote their pioneering book “The Mews of London; A Guide to the Hidden Byways of Lon [more]
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To understand any subject adequately it is necessary, first of all, to know what it covers. So to answer the question ‘What is a Mews?’ we need to define t [more]
If you have ever wondered, as we at ECM have, how many Mews there are in London, or maybe wondered where most of them are located, possibly even wondered h [more]
Spear Mews is an original and surviving Mews located between the Earl’s Court Road and Templeton Place. The properties date from around 1870 and have typic [more]
Since the 1950’s/60’s Mews have become increasingly popular places to live and have attracted a wide variety of the famous people; Aristocrats, [more]
Initially most mews would have been two storeys comprising coach house doors and pedestrian doors to the ground floor and fenestration with perhaps a hay d [more]
London mews properties are known for their modesty, uniformity, consistency of appearance and collective charm. They are not thought of in terms of their v [more]

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