Johns Mews WC1

By on Monday, September 23rd, 2019 in Property of the week, Sales.

Rare quintessential Bloomsbury mews house with walled garden and garage

About the House

Johns Mews has been sympathetically modernised to create a great family home. Split over two levels this traditionally fronted mews house has a large open plan ground floor with generous living space and kitchen. There is also a separate utility room and access out to a private walled garden. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, the master bedroom with generous bathroom and an additional family bathroom to service the other bedrooms. The property also has its own single car garage that is a real rarity in central London.

Johns Mews WC1

About the Building

Originally used as stables / coach houses, servicing the grand residential Georgian houses of John Street built in the late 1700’s, this property is Grade II listed. It has been sympathetically designed to retain the overall look and feel of a Mews property with painted brick work, cottage style windows and a 1st floor door that would of been once used to hoist goods.

Over time like much of London’s real estate the usage changed and more recently many houses on Johns street were used as offices subsequently our building was used for storage until it purchased and developed into a residential home.

Johns Mews WC1

The Local Area

Johns Mews is situated to the east of Bloomsbury in between Grays Inn Road and Lambs Conduit Street, that is championed for its great mix of independent shops, galleries and restaurants.

Within walking distance, you have Kings Cross that offers a vibrant mix of contemporary restaurants and shops. Chancery Lane and the Inn’s of court are also close by and the offerings of Clerkenwell can we walked too, notably Exmouth market that offers a brilliant weekly market and great restaurants.

Johns Mews WC1

Transport Links

The property is superbly located allowing easy access to The City, West End and the Inn’s of Court as well as being within a short walk to Holborn Underground (Central and Piccadilly Lines), Chancery Lane (Central line) and Farringdon Underground and Mainline Station (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City). Farringdon Station will soon benefit from the opening of Cross rail, which will have direct access to four of London’s International Airports.

Johns Mews WC1
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