Marylebone Property and Area Guide

Marylebone in central London has long been one of the most alluring and fashionable ‘villages’ of the capital and recently hit the spotlight after the opening of Andre Balazs’ Chiltern Firehouse, favourite haunt of A-list celebrities.

Located just moments north of Oxford Street, Marylebone feels a world away with its quiet streets and squares of majestic Georgian houses, pretty mews and period flats. The area is a short stroll from Regents Park and ideally positioned to enjoy the cultural delights of the West End. The Howard De Walden Estates own Marylebone High Street and by design there is a wonderful array of independent shops and restaurants to cater for the most sophisticated of tastes.

Despite its upmarket feel Marylebone is a diverse area that feels incredibly down to earth; people from all over the world rub shoulders with city professionals, celebrities and long-term residents, many of whom have lived here for several decades.

Marylebone property

Postcodes covered by Marylebone: W1, NW1

Two private landlords privately own much of Marylebone; the Howard de Walden Estate and The Portman Estate and both of these have played a huge role in nurturing this unique area. Both estates have spent time and money regenerating the streets and attracting carefully chosen retailers and investors to make the area such a vibrant and interesting place to live and visit.

Properties on offer range from prestigious new developments such as The Chilterns to majestic Georgian townhouses and conversions flats for sale, pretty mews houses and period mansion blocks.

Buy property in Marylebone

As you’d expect with such a great location and housing stock, property in Marylebone is expensive. A one bedroom flat for sale starts from around £900,000 whilst a two bedroom conversion flat will set you back around £1,500,000. Townhouses cost from around £3,500,000 dependent on location.

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Rent property in Marylebone

There is a great variety of rental property available in Marylebone with many mansion blocks and period conversion flats. Rental properties start at around £400 per week for a one bedroom flat. You can expect to pay from £650-£1,200 per week for a two bedroom flat and upwards of £1,500 per week for a three bedroom property.

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