September 2016 – St. Paul’s, Holly and Wood Mews
Say them again with us…
St. Paul’s Mews, Holly Mews and Wood Mews.
Paul, Holly, Wood
Yes, the star of The Great British Bakeoff has snuck into our Blog in the form of three separate Mews. As Bakeoff is gripping the nation, we give you a special treat by featuring not one, but 3 Mews of the Month for September as school and work start back.
We hope you’ve all had a lovely break over summer… even if just for a couple of days. If you’re in the big city, why not go exploring and find a Mews you haven’t heard of before? Take a look around our website and find some near to you and have a wander. You may be surprised what’s nearby.
Situated within Inner London in the Borough of Camden, is St. Paul’s Mews; a gated and cobbled redeveloped Mews cul-de-sac off St. Paul’s Crescent. The Mews contains 30 properties used for residential purposes and was built around 1990 on the site of an Original Mews.
Holly Mews is a cobbled through road and cul-de-sac between Drayton Gardens and Thistle Grove in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Consisting of two parts, one with pavements raised leading to the second part (the actual Mews) and also to Thistle Grove, it contains just 6 properties in total used for residential purposes.
Wood’s Mews is a through road off Park Street in Westminster, running directly in line with Lee’s Place, another original/ surviving Mews. There are 17 properties in the Mews, used for residential and commercial purposes.
(Note: there is actually a Hollywood Mews and we could have got by with just featuring 2 Mews of the Month, but like St. Paul’s, it is also redeveloped and we wanted to give you variety and authenticity so included the Original/ Surviving Holly and Woods Mews.)