What is it about Marylebone? Perhaps it’s the elegance of its architecture and the charm of its boutiques and eateries – or the surprising tranquillity of its tree-lined streets, a world away from the bustle of nearby Oxford Street.
In the end, it might be the sense of community and leisurely pace of life that sets this neighbourhood apart. As the city buzzes with its busy schedules, Marylebone takes its time – savouring sit-down coffees in local cafés and
loungy lunches in the park. It’s easy to forget you’re just a short stroll away from transport hubs,
tourist attractions and all the trappings of big city life. As you find yourself idling around the shops on chic Chiltern Street, exchanging hellos with the
butcher at the Ginger Pig or sunbathing in a quiet corner of Paddington Square Gardens, you quickly realise that this is a place where people actually live – not just commute to, pass through, or visit for a few hours a day.
Essential services like schools and surgeries comfortably sit alongside fine dining restaurants and stylish boutiques. It’s a neighbourhood where you can buy a loaf of sourdough bread and a designer handbag on the same trip. At the heart of this scene lies Marylebone Square, a collection of 54 high-end apartments, carefully chosen boutiques and restaurants, and a versatile community hall. A modern take on a traditional London mansion block, this is refined London living at its very best. Offering classic yet contemporary design, and an authentic village feel – right in the city centre.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£1,200,000 (3)||£4,085,000 (4)||£5,266,667 (3)||- (1)|
|Flats||£742,684 (16)||£1,943,113 (59)||£2,430,482 (31)||£2,205,995 (10)||£3,500,000 (2)|
|All||£742,684 (16)||£1,907,156 (62)||£2,619,570 (35)||£2,912,304 (13)||£2,333,333 (3)|