Property of the Month – Turnchapel Mews
- By Bertie Russell
- August 24
In the current market, great interior design gives any property an enormous competitive advantage over rival properties. The design at Turnchapel Mews showcases the space and makes life easy and convenient for incoming buyers. It has a relaxed ‘country-chic’ feel which, along with the quietness of a private mews, gives the sense of being in a rural village rather than central London.
Turnchapel Mews was built in the 19th century and was where Roald Dahl lived, in a property below number 8, where he wrote Matilda and The Witches. The British artist Euan Uglow also lived in the mews and turned the home into a private studio. The apartment runs across the top floor of four mews houses – when I first set foot inside I felt as if I was walking into a Tardis.
Read the original article on The London Magazine website.
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