Monday, September 29, 2008

Chesham Mews , Belgravia

Chesham Mews takes its name from Chesham in Buckinghamshire, the site of a country estate owned by the Lowndes family. Their estate, the Lowndes estate, makes up a large part of the land between the Grosvenor estate and Knightsbridge.
Seen from the outside, Chesham Mews is plainer than many other mews streets. The brickwork of most of the houses is painted. The mews is overlooked by the German Embassy at the far end.

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