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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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With easy access to the Northumberland countryside and the A69 and A68, offering good roads in all directs, St Helen's Mews is just off St Helen's Lane in Corbridge.
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Fiona and her family, along with a Mrs Brown, were the last people to leave the Castle Mews in the late 1980s and she has happy memories of growing up in such an idyllic place.
Love Lane Mews, at the corner of College Place and Love Lane, is a newly converted, low-,= rise building.
Lee Blackmore, sales adviser at Potters Mews, said: "Potters Mews has great credentials with quality apartments and an enviable location.
Features at The Granary Mews include 24-hour emergency care line call points, electrical sockets at a raised height to reduce bending, illuminated light switches, a security entry system and energy-efficient heating.
With a number of floor plans to select from, Woodbury Mews offers a wide range of living options, hospitality services, social opportunities and support services.
She said: "The Mews is a comfortable, safe and attractive home environment for people with a learning disability to live there independently.
Priced from pounds 157, 000, for more information on properties at Barkhill Mews call 0800 652 8186 or visit www.
The warden was preparing to issue him with a ticket for parking outside the garage in Edinburgh's Regent Terrace Mews.
Placing a diaphragm call in my mouth I produced a series of 12 pleading cow mews, followed by a series of higher pitched lost-calf mews.
David Wilson Homes has offered to help first-time buyers settle into new homes at Warstone Mews, Bewdley in Worcestershire.