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Supremely genteel - perhaps the most obviously so in central London - Marylebone takes great pains to be a little village that just happens to directly border one of the busiest shopping streets in the world.

Lying north of Oxford Street and stretching up past the West Way up to Regents Park, Marylebone is a little, dense network of streets in which some of the best living in London is done. In times past it was seen perhaps as a little behind the times, somewhat dominated by offices, and a little bit heavy on the traffic, but now its old-world style has come back, as its incredible convenience and real sense of being a world away from the bustly centre, despite being right inside it, has made it ultra-chic.

There are truly wonderful places to eat and drink in the Marylebone area, as well as shopping in small boutiques along and off the Marylebone High Street. This is not Oxford St - although that's dazzlingly close - but from St Christopher Place up towards the park, a great stretch of very choosy, pretty shops and eateries, little cafes and wine bars. This is a place for the people who lunch, either who live around the area, or who work close by in places like Soho, Bloomsbury and Baker Street - although many who live here work, thanks to the Jubilee Line, in Canary Wharf.

Apart from the massive, wonderful space of Regents Park, there are few proper green spaces in this small area; but there are lovely churchyards and little squares set amid the busy streets. In general however this is a place for city living at its finest, and the homes here reflect that both in style and at times the demand. There are wonderful buildings everywhere, from the BBC's Broadcasting House, the wonderful Holy Trinity Church, the Royal Institute of British Architects, Langham's Hotel, and the lovely houses on Manchester Square and Montagu Square.

There are excellent 30s and some later developments around the Baker Street area of Marylebone in which flats - the main living space here - are excellent and quite affordable for the area. In the depths of Marylebone are mansion blocks, and flats in very nice Georgian properties. The few houses here are extremely desirable, and are set in little mews lanes - beguiling, undiscovered, and fragile-fashionable, like the rest of Marylebone itself.


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Area News for Marylebone

Regeneration work helps to boost the popularity of Pimlico

Regeneration work helps to boost the popularity of Pimlico

Pimlico is one of the nicer places in London to live. It is a small area of west London located in the City of Westminster.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd November, 2013

Westminster set for new £12 million library

Westminster set for new £12 million library

Plans have been submitted for a new state of the art, three-storey library on Luxborough Street in Marylebone, Westminster Council has confirmed.

Read Article ... Published on 17th September, 2013

Westminster: London's calling

Westminster: London's calling

"I like it in the city when two worlds collide. You get the people and the government. Everybody taking different sides." So sang Adele in her hit song Hometown Glory. The superstar could well have been singing about Westminster, often considered the melting pot of central London where people of all colours, creeds and occupations head to on a daily basis. For this is where the vast majority of London landmarks are situated - from the Palace of Westminster and Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral. Of course, with such prestigious properties on the list, you might already be wondering if you can possibly afford a home in Westminster. Fortunately, the area has a thriving residential population. Provided you don't choose a property with a name prefaced by the word 'Westminster', you should be fine. Take a look at our handy guide below to see if this is the area for you.

Read Article ... Published on 26th April, 2013

Fitzrovia: Variety aplenty

Fitzrovia: Variety aplenty

In central London, few places feel more foreign than Fitzrovia. The district, as well as its close neighbour Bloomsbury, is the closest a London resident can get to living in a European city. Of course, you'll have to excuse the chronic lack of sunshine, but the combination of close cobbled streets and extravagant squares gives Fitzrovia a definite Barcelona-esque feel. Its location in central London - lodged between Bloomsbury and Marylebone - makes it ideal for those who prefer their conveniences … well, convenient. You can work, shop and eat within just a few streets of where you live. Perfect.

Read Article ... Published on 26th April, 2013

St John's Wood: Thank-you for the music

St John's Wood: Thank-you for the music

When it comes to living in London, you can't do much worse than St John's Wood if you're into your music history. Home to Paul McCartney's house, as well as the famous Abbey Road Studios, the area has strong ties to the entertainment industry. While thousands of superstars have passed through the doors of the hallowed building, potential residents might also be surprised to learn that celebrities tend to snap up property in the area too.

Read Article ... Published on 18th April, 2013

Marylebone: Live on London's favourite street

Marylebone: Live on London's favourite street

If you want to live somewhere bustling, cosmopolitan and extremely close to central London, you won't find a better spot than Marylebone. The district has become immensely popular with city workers, attracted by its primarily residential nature which is supplemented nicely with an eclectic mix of cafes, shops and restaurants lining the high street - which was famously voted London's favourite street in a city-wide poll. Its convenient links to Canary Wharf and the centre of town have also done it many favours with the working population of London.

Read Article ... Published on 4th April, 2013

Notting Hill: A cosmopolitan paradise

Notting Hill: A cosmopolitan paradise

When it comes to living in London, few areas are more desirable than Notting Hill. Subject of the critically-acclaimed 1999 film, the area has witnessed a dramatic surge of interest from residents over the last few years, with people clamouring to live in such an artistic, vibrant community.

Read Article ... Published on 11th March, 2013

Regents Park: Lush parkland and stunning Regency architecture

Regents Park: Lush parkland and stunning Regency architecture

Located to the north-west of the centre of the capital, the Regency Park area is a prime location in London.

Read Article ... Published on 17th October, 2012

Prime central London property prices continue to rise

Prime central London property prices continue to rise

The price of prime central London property continued to increase this month, putting homes in sought-after parts of the capital even further out of reach of many buyers.

Read Article ... Published on 27th September, 2012

Marylebone Library to get new permanent location

Marylebone Library to get new permanent location

Plans have been approved that will see Marylebone Library get a new permanent location.

Read Article ... Published on 18th July, 2012

Westminster's Old Marylebone Town Hall set for revamp

Westminster's Old Marylebone Town Hall set for revamp

People occupying flats to rent in Westminster could be set to see improvements to the historic Old Marylebone Town Hall under new council plans.

Read Article ... Published on 21st February, 2012

Fitzrovia: A diverse area with a rich cultural history

Fitzrovia: A diverse area with a rich cultural history

People seeking flats to rent in Fitzrovia will find it to be an area that provides a diverse and fascinating mix of places to go and things to do, as well as an interesting cultural history.

Read Article ... Published on 27th January, 2012

Swiss Cottage: An energetic area in an enviable location

Swiss Cottage: An energetic area in an enviable location

Background

Read Article ... Published on 30th November, 2010

Marylebone a good place to rent in London?

Marylebone a good place to rent in London?

People looking for property to rent in central London are being told that market for buyers is busy, but that the cost of purchasing remains up near the heights of three years ago.

Read Article ... Published on 6th July, 2010

Chelsea barracks plans unveiled

Chelsea barracks plans unveiled

The owners of the Chelsea barracks site have unveiled a "masterplan concept" to for its redevelopment.

Read Article ... Published on 21st April, 2010

Lords' redevelopment moves a step closer

Lords' redevelopment moves a step closer

Lords' Cricket Ground could be a step closer in its plans to make the site a popular attraction for cricket fans and residents alike.

Read Article ... Published on 16th April, 2010

Hampstead: Enjoy a luxury lifestyle in Hampstead

Hampstead: Enjoy a luxury lifestyle in Hampstead

Background

Read Article ... Published on 26th November, 2009

London property prices 'increasing'

London property prices 'increasing'

The average asking price for a prime London property has increased at its fastest rate for 18 months, new research has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd October, 2009

Spring 2010 could be property kick-start

Spring 2010 could be property kick-start

The UK may be approaching the light at the end of the housing market slump after new figures show that the average house price has increased for the first time in two years.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd September, 2009

Marylebone: Living in the heart of London

Background

Read Article ... Published on 28th May, 2009

Mayor calls for electric car uptake to improve environment for residents of property in London

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has called on the government to help increase the number of electric cars in the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 8th April, 2009

Crossrail jobs to be created for residents of flats in Marylebone and across London

A firm has been chosen as project delivery partner for the Crossrail scheme, it has been announced.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd April, 2009

Marylebone becomes desirable place to rent

Property in London's Marylebone has become the most recent area to be reclassified into the 'prime' bracket, according to one London estate agent.

Read Article ... Published on 15th August, 2008


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Price Guide for Marylebone

Weekly From Average To
Studio £200 £362 £525
1 Bed £250 £524 £800
2 Bed £380 £804 £1750
3 Bed £465 £1532 £2500
Monthly From Average To
Studio £867 £1569 £2275
1 Bed £1083 £2271 £3467
2 Bed £1647 £3484 £7583
3 Bed £2015 £6639 £10833

This is only a guide to average relative rent in Marylebone. Expect local variations due to condition & location.

Travel Guide for Marylebone

Transport:
Bakerloo, District, Central, Metropolitan Lines
Journey Time:
~5 mins
Tube Zones:
1
Nearest Tube:
Marylebone, Edgeware Rd, Marble Arch, Bond Street, Baker Street

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