Lancaster Stables / Michael Nathenson

For the uninitiated, mews are, in short, townhouses converted from stables. This may sound less than glamorous, but take a gander at this north-west London residence converted from circa-1890 animals’ quarters in the city’s Belsize Park neighbourhood by local designer Michael Nathenson. It will set you back £2,950,000 — via Curbed

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