Marylebone Property Finder

Finding property in Marylebone

From its elegant Georgian architecture to its chic and on trend high street, Marylebone is a hub of charm, sophistication and vibrancy. Whilst just moments away from the bustling Oxford Steet, Marylebone has a distinctive neighbourhood feel. Its pretty side streets and cobbled lanes which just ooze with character.

Known for its cosmopolitan vibe, it attracts residents from across the globe who have been lured in by its enviable location and unique village like feel.

Whether it’s in the height of summer or in the winter cold surrounded by its magnificent Christmas lights. As you wander the streets of this exclusive area it is certainly easy to understand the appeal.

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Schools

Marylebone is home to a selection of highly regarded state and independent schools. Here are a few of the best:

Primary State Schools

St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School is a one form entry primary school which was deemed Outstanding at its last Ofsted inspection.

Hampden Gurney CofE Primary School is a popular local primary school which currently has an Outstanding Ofsted rating.

Independent Schools

Southbank International School is a mixed, international co-educational nursery, junior and senior independent day school. Centrally located in Marylebone. It was deemed Outstanding at its last Ofsted inspection.

Wetherby Preparatory School in an independent all boys school, with children attending between 7 – 13 years.

Portland Place School is an independent school for boys and girls aged between 10 – 16 years.

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Travel and commuting

• Marylebone is an ideal location for those working or spending time in the centre of London, with most amenities within walking distance.
• Marylebone Train Station, on the National Rail Network, has regular trains out of London and across the West of England. It is also part of the London Underground and serviced by
the Bakerloo Line.
• Just along from Marylebone Train Station, Baker Street sits on the Bakerloo line. As well as being connected by the Jubilee Line, the Metropolitan Line, Circle Line and Hammersmith & City lines. Other local stations include:
– Marble Arch (Central Line)
– Bond Street (Central Line, Jubilee Line)
– Oxford Circus (Bakerloo Line, Victoria Line, Central Line)
– Great Portland Street (Metropolitan Line, Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Lines)
• Easy access to the M40 via the A40 offering routes out of London.

 

Council tax

Marylebone is in the City of Westminster and has the lowest Council tax charges in London, with Band A currently at around £551, going up to just above £1,650 for Band H.


Open spaces

Just a short walk away from Marylebone Village lies Regents Park, famously known as ‘the jewel in the crown’. It stretches 395 acres of open green space right in the heart of central London. For those gardeners among us, the Queen Mary’s Gardens, famously house over 12000 roses. And they are simply beautiful and provide a perfect back drop for a summer’s afternoon stroll.

The park also hosts a vast boating lake, four children’s playgrounds, a wide range of sports activities, an open air theatre and of course London Zoo. With one of the largest collections of animals in the country. If you fancy venturing slightly further afield, you can wander through Regents Park, across the Prince Albert Road and head up to the summit of Primrose Hill for the most spectacular views of the London Skyline.

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Out & About

Located on the corner of Crawford Street and Wyndham Place, Boxcar Baker & Deli is a great little all-day café serving ethically-sourced British produce. It’s ideal for a leisurely breakfast or even just a quick coffee pit stop. Indulge in some of their freshly baked bread or one of their home-made pastries which will no doubt draw you in again and again.

Whilst shopping on Marylebone High Street, make sure to stop by Daunt Books. This is one of London’s most famous independent book shops. It’s wonderfully old fashioned with a beautiful interior where you can get lost in literary heaven. It has a fantastic travel theme but is also a must see for those who just appreciate the ‘oldy worldly’.
Enjoy a meal out at The Ivy Café on Marylebone Lane. Its charming exterior will lure you in and no matter the occasion, it’s always a delightful culinary experience.

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Something for the weekend

• Wander through the grounds of Marylebone Parish Church on a Saturday and you’ll find the
Cabbages and Frocks Market with an eclectic mix of stalls, from vintage clothing and handmade jewellery to unique foods to sample whilst you browse. On a Sunday, the Farmer’s Market on Aybrook Street is a real foodie heaven and is said to be one of the best Sunday markets in London.

• Stop at The Grazing Goat on New Quebec St for a superb Sunday lunch with a varied menu to suit most taste buds.

• For a bit of culture The Wallace Collection is one of London’s most impressive free museums. Located on Manchester Square, it boasts an extensive collection of 18th and 19th century art works including paintings, sculptures, furniture and armour. It also has an excellent café on site.


If you would like to find out how No Place Like Home Property Finders can assist with your Marylebone property search, please visit www.nplhome.co.uk or call +44 (0) 782 532 1564 to discuss your property search requirements.

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Marylebone property prices

Average 4 bed house: £3.7m
Average 2 bed apartment: £1.2m


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