East London Mews
Introducing… East London Mews, a beautiful warehouse conversion in East London which we helped to develop. The freehold semi-detached end of row three floor converted warehouse is a wonderful space to live and play in. Stylish contemporary and open plan living with a ground floor patio to the rear and second floor front and back terraces.
The mews were originally built to house horses for the trams. In the early 60s the warehouse was bought by a Jewish family who manufactured furniture until the late 90s when it was occupied by a picture framer. He worked for 18 years with the artists who had live work studios in the abandoned East End Industrial Spaces. The block is a Conservation Area and is one of the few remaining 18th century laneways left in East London.
The building has three meter high ceilings throughout with herringbone beams on the ground floor which also retains the original steel columns. The black and wooden staircases have cast iron Aati nosing designed originally for the London Underground. The floorboards on the first and second floor are wide black oiled oak floorboards with grey basalt in the kitchens and bathroom.