Just a short stroll from the bustle of Oxford Street, Marylebone feels more like entering a charming village, albeit one where cute coffee shops and stylish boutiques nestle alongside stately Georgian architecture and fashion-forward eateries loved by the A-list.
Marylebone High Street has been carefully curated to offer independent shops and create a community atmosphere, while tasteful developments have added an ultra-luxury element to this desirable neighbourhood and brought a touch of modernity to the period properties and traditional garden squares.
For those looking for Marylebone property for sale or rent, The Mansion is a contemporary development on the Marylebone-Mayfair border, while Chiltern Place is a sleek building with wonderful city views not far from scenic Regent’s Park, and the exclusive The W1 London development is set right on Marylebone High Street. Together, they have added a modern twist to this pocket of tree-lined streets and delightful mews.
There is a strong rental market in Marylebone, it is both a family-friendly place to live in the city and a great spot for young people looking for a central location and quality of life. It is liberally peppered with glamorous eateries and fantastic shops, while the great transport links put the whole of London on your doorstep, but if you don’t want to wander far, there are still plenty of things to do in or near Marylebone. Regents Park is a great place to walk - or even catch an open air show - and there are numerous famous tourist attractions close by. The best Marylebone restaurants include Fishworks and Aubaine Marylebone, while shopping in Marylebone offers a great mixture of fashion and lifestyle stores.
Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Marble Arch Underground stations are to the south, with Great Portland Street, Regents Park and Baker Street Underground stations to the north.