Gower Mews is a peaceful location positioned just off of Gower Street, a rather busier and frequently used main road linking Gower Street to Bloomsbury Street on the fringe of Shaftsbury Avenue. For many years the Mews has progressed in its range of accommodation offered.
About the Building
The former stable houses and coachmen’s quarters (of Bedford Square) have kept much of their originality however, the innovative development projects from The Bedford Estates has seen the Mews and the Mews Mansions (a 17th century Georgian Grade II listed development) transformed into a range of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with planning being granted in the early 2000’s for additional apartments with outside space being extended to a new 4th floor. Gower Mews retained much of its identity rarely shifting its usage of the garage spaces until now.
About the Apartment
Our focus shifts to a delightful one bedroom apartment with admirable floor space complimenting some 646 Sq. Ft / 60 Sq. meters of living space. Set out on the first floor, the apartment comprises of an entrance hall way leading to very well proportioned reception with a recessed separate kitchen. The refurbishment of the interior is very recent and extremely well maintained via the owners allowing for a very sharp finish. The reception space allows for most welcoming natural light via a north west facing aspect. The kitchen has also been modernised to compliment the appearance of the apartment. With new stone work-tops and a complete upgrade on appliances
A generous sized bedroom allows for comfort and convenience is well presented and is carpeted throughout. The apartment is concluded with a large bathroom and a separate laundry room for additional storage.
Gower Mews is positioned off Gower Street which connects the Euston Road to the junction of Bedford Square and Montague Place. The Mews runs parallel to the North annex of Bedford Square and was developed in the 1770 as the stables, coach houses and private residences to the coachmen belonging to Bedford Square.
Transport can be accessed via Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern Line), Russell Square (Piccadilly Line) and Goodge Street (Northern Line) London Underground Stations in addition to Euston National Rail and Mainline services. There are numerous bus services that provide easy access across the City and West End.
About the Area
Just round the corner from Bedford Court Mansions is The British Museum, the first National Museum in the world, opened on the 15th January 1759, with its international exhibitions. A collection of seven million objects representing the rich history of human cultures mirrors the city of London’s global variety. In no other museum can the visitor see so clearly the history of what it is to be human.
Asking Price: £495 pw + Admin Fees
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