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About The Mews of Beacon

"The Mews of Beacon Defined": 

Originally "Mews" were courtyard carriage homes, for the staff of wealthy London families and their estates.

 

The homes were built in the back of the mansions, that dotted the streets and the neighborhood of "Mayfair & Kensington".

 

The materials used, colors and appointments, would complement the main house architecture and status. 

This was essential to convey, to all that visited, that luxury, wealth and nobility, was consistent throughout the entire estate.

 

With the advent of the automobile, and the dissent of carriages, the Mews style of carriage homes, now sold off the estate, became highly desirable homes among Londoner's. 

 

Only eighty or so London Mews Courtyard Carriage Homes, have survived to this day!  The nostalgic carriage houses are a much-coveted prize, among Londoners.

The Mews at Beacon now carries that tradition, right here in the Hudson Valley.

 

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