The apartments are designed with clean simplistic lines – it’s the characters who will live in them that will provide the drama.
“This house sheltered us, we spoke, we loved within those walls.”
Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca
Leytonstone offers Londoner’s the perfect balance – quick and easy access to the City and West End, but in a location abundant with beautiful green open spaces.
Leytonstone Central Line Station is 0.2 miles walking distance from Manderley Mews, and from there the whole of London is wide open.
• two stops to Stratford
• five stops to Liverpool Street
• ten stops to Tottenham Court Road.
“What is drama but life with the dull bits cut out.”
If you’re a dog walker, jogger or just love to be in touch with nature, then Leytonstone has a delightful surprise up its sleeve for you! Less than half a mile from Manderley Mews you can find Hollow Pond (sometimes know as Leyton flats), a part of Epping Forest where you can walk, run, cycle, fish or just relax in acres of beautiful grassland and woodland – you can even higher a rowing boat and laze around on the pond.
Named after the house in Daphne De Maurier’s novel Rebecca (later adapted for film by Leytonstone’s most famous son, Alfred Hitchcock), Manderley Mews offers a selection of one, two and three bedroom boutique apartments set around an attractive, private courtyard.
Each apartment has an open plan kitchen and living space leading onto a private balcony, or terrace. Two and three bedroom apartments feature en-suite shower rooms for extra comfort and convenience.
“Ideas come from everything.”
Leytonstone has plenty to offer, too. There are plenty of independent cafes and restaurants to discover, some late-night music venues and new bards popping up all the time. Pub culture has undergone a renaissance in recent years, and local pubs like the Red Lion and the Birds, both a minute’s stroll from Manderley Mews, epitomize the way a great pub can have a positive impact on how people socialize with their neighbours.