Friday, September 26, 2008

Eaton Terrace Mews , Belgravia

Eaton Terrace Mews takes its name from Eaton Hall in Cheshire, the estate of the Grosvenor family.
The mews runs east from the northern section of Eaton Terrace. It has a normal road surface - no cobbles here - but it is a quiet cul-de-sac with attractive houses. Most of them are fully stuccoed, but some have stucco only up to the first floor windows. No. 3 has an usual statue outside and is the most striking house in the mews.
The mews is particularly quiet and larger than it looks when you first enter it, because it curves round to the north. The understated entrance is slightly deceptive. You need to walk right round to see the full length. There are several garages among the houses

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