Formerly built as an office building, 29/31 Johns Mews was converted in 1998 by the small boutique developer Northill into ten well designed quality apartments, one, two and three bedrooms.
Located in a quiet mews to the west of John Street, the development offers the benefits of a central location with the seclusion offered by being away from the main thoroughfares.
Bloomsbury is an historic area of Central London dominated by the University of London, the Inns of Court and a number of major corporate occupiers such as ITN and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Bloomsbury is and established affluent residential location with many fine tree lined streets and garden squares.
29/31 John’s Mews is positioned behind John Street and off Theobalds Road and the building offers particularly good natural light, being set back from the adjoining buildings.
This well placed apartment on the third floor consists of two bedroom, reception/ kitchen and bathroom, with all the rooms facing west onto a stunning west facing terrace perfect for summer evenings.
Centrally located in the Bloomsbury Conversation area and midway between the City to the East and the West End, Covent Garden is a short walk away.
Transport links from this central location could not be better with Chancery Lane underground approximately a 7 minute walk Central Line and Russell Square Underground 10 minutes walk Piccadilly line.
Asking price: £895,000
020 7299 3322
As one of the founder members of West End office Phin joined us in 2007 after previously working in Central London for 10 years. With his extensive knowledge and experience of the West End market Phin has built up a vast database of clients consistently giving them accurate and expert advice.
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