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Crest Nicholson has announced the launch of its limited collection of mews houses at its landmark Brandon House development on Borough High Street. Launching on Thursday 25th of January, the mews houses will be ready to move into from Spring 2018. The show home has been expertly dressed by leading London-based interior designers, No. 12 Studio.


The collection comprises eight three-bedroom, five storey mews houses – perfect for those working in central London looking for that little extra space in the capital. Each mews house boasting a large roof terrace and enjoying views of the London skyline.


Situated directly opposite Borough underground station in the heart of Zone One, residents at Brandon House will enjoy unrivalled transport connections across London’s business districts and cultural hotspots. Canary Wharf and The South Bank, for example, are both less than 20 minutes away via the underground. For those travelling further afield, London’s City airport can be reached easily. Brandon House also has a 24-hour dedicated onsite concierge team, to welcome residents, sign for deliveries and offer complete security and peace of mind.


New-build houses in this area of London are a rare entity, and these new mews houses come with open-plan living spaces and light, spacious design throughout, as well as luxury-specification interiors. This factor, coupled with spectacular roof terraces, means that demand for these houses is expected to be strong.


Sean Ruane, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson London, said: “We’re pleased to be launching the mews houses at Brandon House, the latest addition to this superb development. Prospective buyers are offered the chance to take in London’s skyline from the impressive roof terraces, and will be able to enjoy a fantastic quality of life in this central London location”.


“Our apartments at Brandon House are now 90% sold, and with our final few penthouses remaining, these mews house present one of the final chances to relocate to this luxury development. With Borough underground station just across the road from the development and many of London’s working districts within walking distance from the development, it’s little surprise that interest has been so high”.


Katie Earl, Creative Director at No.12 Studio Studios, said: “With the new mews house show home, we’ve included a bold use of materials, colour and shapes, that are classic, clean, and contemporary. The result is a city pad with a certain level of luxury and a twist of affluence.”

Prices at Brandon House begin at £949,995 for a two-bedroom apartment. The mews houses start from £1,949,995. To find out more, call 020 3437 1101, or visit