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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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Residents at Stannington Mews can enjoy a wealth of leisure opportunities in the local area.
"Now in need of full renovation and well positioned within a charming mews, this freehold house could be converted into a dream home."
"Somerset Mews, in addition to the latest projects we have announced, is another example of where we are providing an exceptional opportunity for anyone looking to own a stake in a design-focused property that oozes quality and provides outstanding lifestyle, city living," he added.
The MEW is a long standing project of the MAP with AIM.
Also included is complimentary use of robe and slippers, one night's accommodation in Woodland Mews House and brunch the following morning in the Brasserie.
Totten Mews will offer three story town homes with city views and pricing begins at USD600,000 and sales will commence in September 2016.
"The Printing House Mews, inspired by the 19th century mews of historic New York, have been modernized and reinvented in a spectacular fashion," said Myles Horn, a developer of the property with partners Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo Gordon & Company.
Clifton Mews has a homeowners' lounge, landscaped gardens and a guest suite for residents who have friends and family to stay, a house manager, security entrance system and 24-hour emergency call.
Fiona was born and brought up in Castle Mews and "Jock" Gillies, as he was best known, was her grandfather.
Peggy Eglington, 83, moved into a one-bedroom apartment at Elsdon Mews, Hebburn, South Tyneside, as her home in Shakespeare Avenue was done up under the Decent Homes Programme.
McCarthy & Stone at The Granary Mews in Dumfries has created a suite of innovative offers designed to give potential purchasers all they need to get them on the move this Autumn.
In Gunter Grass and His Critics, Siegfried Mews presents an impressive array of book reviews and scholarship on the Nobel Prize laureate.