Pinks Mews features in the Estates Gazette, as part of a look at how the combination of new homes and an upcoming Crossrail interchange have transformed the surroundings of Mount Pleasant
This historic pocket of London is littered with classic Georgian houses and traditional shopfronts that exude a Victorian-esque charm. Housing in the area echoes this distinctive character, primarily comprised of boutique developments. Standing in stark contrast to the modest residences that once littered the streets of this central district, the current crop of housing offers expansive and luxuriously appointed homes, for the more discerning property buyer.
A little to the north is King’s Cross, and just a hair to the south sits what is soon to be the capital’s most pivotal Crossrail exchange – Farringdon. Exceptionally well connected, Farringdon is the only station in London to boast both north to south and east to west connections, alongside services to all five of the capital’s airports. On top of the obvious connectivity benefits, this infrastructure brings with it a notable boost to property growth, shining a light on a district that once went largely unnoticed by buyers, and further narrowing the value gap between it and its prime London neighbours.
Perfectly positioned to enjoy these benefits is Pinks Mews. Developed by Sons & Co, Pinks Mews is a collection of 35 apartments, penthouses and loft-style properties, cradled by a secluded private road that sits in the heart of Holborn. Behind its carefully preserved Victorian facade lies a development of homes that strike a perfect balance between classic luxury with modern sophistication.
The full article on Estates Gazette’s website features further information on Mount Pleasant, its surrounding area and the property developments behind its shifting landscape, read it in full here.