Peace and sophistication in central London
If you like artisan coffee, artfully made brunch and independent boutiques full of unique and stylish finds, Marylebone is your ideal neighbourhood.
Famously the home of Madame Tussauds and 221b Baker Street, local residents wisely avoid the crowds and instead spend weekends wandering the halls of the Wallace Collection, perusing local art galleries and dropping into Chiltern Firehouse or Orrery for a luxuriously long lunch. This is central London living at its most relaxed.
Similar to Mayfair, Marylebone is dominated by modernised period properties, many of which are townhouses divided into smaller apartments. Combined with its proximity to London’s main business hubs, it is a brilliant option with both rental and purchase prices typically lower than those in Mayfair.
This vibrant leafy area has a continental feel and is just a stones throw from the hustle and bustle of Bond Street and Oxford Street. Despite its fashionable profile, it is kept down to earth by its long-term residents, friendly local shopkeepers and strong community spirit.