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Kynance Mews

Kynance Mews is a cobbled mews divided at Launceston Place into two parts. Both ends of Kynance Mews are entered through an arch, and the arches are listed buildings.

Kynance Mews was part of the Broadwood Estate which was developed from the 1860's onwards and originally built as stables for Cornwall Gardens by Welchman and Gale. The name "Kynance" has Cornish associations: Kynance Cove near Lizard Point.

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Survey of London: Volume 42 LinkExternal link
National Heritage List: LinkExternal link LinkExternal link LinkExternal link
by Roger Jones

Created: Tue, 15 Jan 2013, Updated: Tue, 25 Feb 2014


10 images use this description:

TQ2679 : Kynance Mews (East) looking West by Roger Jones
TQ2679 : Kynance Place by Roger Jones
TQ2579 : Western part of Kynance Mews (4) by Roger Jones
TQ2679 : Kynance Mews by Stephen Craven
TQ2579 : Western part of Kynance Mews (3) by Roger Jones
TQ2679 : Western part of Kynance Mews (1) by Roger Jones
TQ2679 : Looking east to the Arches by Roger Jones
TQ2679 : Two Arches by Roger Jones
TQ2679 : An ancient creeper by Stephen Craven
TQ2679 : Western part of Kynance Mews (2) by Roger Jones


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