Intricately designed architecture. Apartments with thoughtful design. Welcome to Marylebone Square. With more charm than Fitzrovia and diversity than Mayfair. Marylebone Square is the most recent development in the neighbourhood. A modern interpretation of the classic London Mansion. This gorgeous apartment has two bedrooms, a study, and 1396 square feet of luxurious living space. It also has a balcony that faces west.
What sets Marylebone Square from traditional Georgian architecture is a glorious five-level, glass-canopied courtyard that forms the living centrepiece of the development. The courtyard allows all homes the dual aspect of having natural light and air penetrate both sides.
Panoramic glazed lifts take guests from the lobby to their floor, providing views of the open courtyard as they rise. The central pond, manicured landscaping and tall birch trees fill the space with life.
To feel a sense of belonging, you need a community: A well-stocked local grocer where you can pick up last-minute ingredients; a favourite restaurant that welcomes you like family; or a friendly barber at the end of the street. Marylebone has it all. Community get-togethers – the farmers’ market on a Sunday or an outdoor concert at Manchester Square – means that getting to know your neighbours is easy. And for the more practical side, many outstanding schools and some of London’s most prestigious medical practices are within walking distance.
The characterful red-bricked façade is the perfect backdrop for this charming neighbourhood. With a soothing buzz that runs through the streets, it’s a place to relax, explore and make a living.
A room with a view. Take in London's skyline from the comfort of your own living room.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£2,747,500 (4)||£3,575,833 (12)||£6,059,545 (11)||£2,710,000 (5)||-|
|Flats||£2,244,916 (101)||£3,736,176 (177)||£6,725,750 (186)||£4,492,900 (10)||-|
|All||£2,264,062 (105)||£3,725,995 (189)||£6,688,551 (197)||£3,898,600 (15)||-|