Tag Archives: Knightsbridge

Pont Street Mews, St. Saviour’s Church, and Walton Street

Pont Street Mews is a cobble-street cul-de-sac off Walton Street, housing 26 residential properties.  The two and three storey properties were built in 1879.  They were originally constructed as a coach house and/or stable accommodations for the houses on Pont … Continue reading

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27-31 Basil Street, SW

I always enjoy a variety of architecture, including rear of buildings.  While on our fast track around London, we pulled to a stop next to the Cafe Rouge on Basil Street in Knightsbridge area. I also enjoy street views, especially … Continue reading

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