Rheidol Mews is a secret escape away from the city. This quaint, gated mews transports its residents into a quieter life with its cobbled entryway and original brickwork facades. Narrowly escaping a high explosive bomb in the Second World War, the Mews were originally intended and built as stables and coach house accommodation however is now home to homely residential properties and a couple of commercial units and workshops.
This quiet mews is found only moments away from Angel Northern Line station, which offers quick links to the City and King’s Cross St Pancras, as well as Essex Road National Rail station which leads again to the City or up into Hertfordshire. Buses can be caught from Essex Road itself which take you down to Victoria passed Euston, to St Pauls and Barbican or upwards towards Holloway or Stoke Newington. For those wishing to stretch their legs, the City is around a 25 minute walk. While residents cannot park within the mews, on street parking and metered parking is available on Rheidol Terrace (from where the mews is accessed). Permits are obtained from the council.
With the Duke of Cambridge gastropub and Meat People, previously Alfredo’s, just a couple of minutes’ walk away, residents of the mews are spoilt for choice for local dining options! Upper Street is just a few steps further which of course offers a plethora of dining (and drinking) options from Five Guys to the new French brasserie Bellanger which has popped up on Islington Green. Where the usual suspects such as Dirty Martini and Be at One can be found here nestled alongside more local pubs and cocktail bars.
Rheidol Mews is perfectly situated for young professionals who want a home that is just out of the London Buzz while still being within the local and welcoming borough of Islington that allows pain free, simple access into hectic city work life.
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