This is called Glouchester Place Mews and here is a cloeup of the old doors to one of the houses.
Look down lower for some wider shots.
Many of them have the old swinging garage doors with massive iron hinges. All of the homes were well kept, and many had brightly coloured doors like they were the distinguishing feature.
All of the homes were unique in style and shape as you will see.
Mews is a chiefly British term formerly describing a row of stables, usually with carriage houses below and living quarters above, built around a paved yard or court, or along a street, behind large city houses, such as those of London, during the 17th and 18th centuries. The word may also refer to the lane, alley or back street onto which such stables open. It is sometimes applied to rows or groups of garages or, more broadly, to a narrow passage or a confined place. Today most mews stables have been converted into dwellings, some greatly modernized and considered highly desirable residences.
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