A stylish, contemporary, residential regeneration overlooking the river.
This collection of buildings has been adapted and restored to the latest and most stringent regulations. They offer residents and businesses the ability to occupy their own, highly individual, self contained space. All are arranged around pedestrian mews - accessed under an archway. The majority benefit either from access to the river, or a private patio. The whole development is gated for added security.
Six spaces are consented for residential use and are currently available for sale. All of the offices are currently sold or let. Please contact the Verve Properties.
Six spaces are available for sale and consented for conversion to residential use.
Space to think
Brilliantly located, tucked away in a quiet corner of Twickenham, but with everything you need just minutes away.
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See the spaces
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To find out more about the amazing spaces consented for residential conversion at Crane Mews please contact:
Erika Hopkins, Featherstone Leigh
Telephone 020 8744 0595
All of the commercial spaces are currently sold or let. For more information or for an informal discussion about Crane Mews, please contact:
Mobile 07930 331 761
Who's behind this?
Verve develops brownfield sites and regenerates existing buildings and communities.
Verve has a passion for developing unusual buildings with industrial heritage and is not afraid to challenge conventional ideas about property.
Verve is committed to environmentally and socially aware commercial space and housing.
To find out more visit www.verveproperties.co.uk, or email
Important notice: The information, details and specifications on this website do not constitute the whole or any part of an offer or contract and although they are believed to be correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they are expressly excluded from any contract. March 2009. Updated March 2015.