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mews

Chiefly Brit
a yard or street lined by buildings originally used as stables but now often converted into dwellings

Mews

An alley or court in which stables are or once were located or have been converted into residences.

mews

1. The royal stables in London, so called because they were built where the king’s hawks were kept; hence, a place where carriage horses are kept in cities or large towns.
2. An alley or court in which stables are or once were located.
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The mews house has an asking price of PS350,000 and is on the market with Jeff Hopkins.
The homes will be two-bedroom mews houses and will be marketed at around PS90,000 when ready.
13million London mews house bought for second son Nicky.
The mews house boasts three bedroom suites, guest kitchen and a double garage.
An ingenious scheme, by Ziggurat, for extending a tiny mews house in South Kensington, enlarges the vertical dimension and uses light to draw out the horizontal.
TYPE: Two-bedroom mews house RENTAL: pounds 650 pcm AGENT: Paul Chillingsworth Homes TELEPHONE: 024 7625 8492 KEY FEATURES: Prime location sUnfurnished Central heating Hallway Inner lobby Cloakroom Lounge Dining room Fitted kitchen Two large bedrooms Bathroom
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.
But it's emerged he is already preparing for life outside Number 10 by buying an pounds 800,000 mews house behind his pounds 3.
Nowadays you can buy a two-up two-down mews house for less than PS70,000, but without a car you will struggle with the shopping.
The three bedroomed mews house costs pounds 114,950.
in the Tees Valley * PRICED at pounds 475 per month is this two-bedroom mews house in Woodlands Green, Middleton St George.
The Blairs want to amalgamate the property, in London's exclusive Con-naught Square, with a mews house in neighbouring Archery Close.