Marylebone is stretched within perimeter formed by Marylebone Road, Edgware Road, Great Portland Street and Oxford Street, being placed in the Central London and enchants with its outstanding Georgian building richness. The Marylebone property is well-priced, being presented by the Marylebone estate agents as a mixture of aesthetically pleasing Georgian buildings in the residential area, exquisite mansion flats interspersed with prestigious new blocks, professionally decorated for citizen interested in living in Marylebone. Specific in Marylebone is smaller mews with grandiose terraces, perfectly priced. Marylebone flats are spacious, equipped with the latest technology, while the new type of mews houses impresses with their striking terraces. The modern part of residential area consists in spectacular apartments, with exquisite interiors, professionally decorated, wide and spacious rooms, well-priced. Among Marylebone properties, erected on the former location of the church which gave its name to this district, St Marylebone Parish Church brings an architectural and historic tribute to the beauty of the area. In essence, the Marylebone area is illustrated in the most eloquent way, the depth of the aristocratic nature of the UK’s capital. Being one of the areas with huge real estate potential, Marylebone estate agents strongly recommend to buy a property in this zone.

Sights & Attractions

Area’s historic streets (still have its old cobbled) Mansfield Street, Queen Anne Street, Marylebone High Street or Windmill Street are lined with refined mews and keep the old air. The art galleries at  the Colomb Art Gallery, the Wallace Collection and Lisson Gallery welcomes its customers, visitors and art and culture lovers with numerous exhibits of great artistic quality and performance. One of the famous collections of wax characters in the world, attracting thousands of daily visitors, Madame Tussauds is located nearby. One of the peaceful sights of the Marylebone area is the Regent’s Park, the place where people can relax, either alone or with family. Must-see in the area is London Zoo, Middleton Buildings (erected in the Victorian style), the Royal Academy of Music and Colville Place- some exotic places, where time will pass in a tremendous atmosphere.

Squares & Gardens

Designed in an eclectic style, Marylebone majestic Montagu, Bryanston, Manchester squares at are places of reflection and truly inspirational. The Marylebone Gardens keep the picturesque and aristocratic air within its perimeter, along with all local private gardens. In its proximity are established, famous Hyde Park and Regent’s Park.

Universities & Colleges

In good company and a palatial neighborhood, Regents University London, University of Westminster, American Intercontinental University, British American College London, St. Lawrence University and Royal Academy of Music contribute to the perpetuate development of the area with its graduate promotions. The Royal Academy of Music is one of the academic elites, where, over time, have prepared many of the current world-renowned musicians.

Schools

Preparing local children for future specializations, the teachers from St. Vincent’s Catholic Primary School, The St Marylebone Church of England Bridge School, The Academy of Aesthetic Excellence, International Community School (Primary), St. Marylebone C of E Secondary School, Davies Laing & Dick College and Francis Holland School continuously provide proof of their excellent preparation through the outstanding results achieved by its children.

Hospitals

In an atmosphere dominated by cleaning and supported by modern medical equipment, doctors from The Heart Hospital, Dr Mark Gaze, HCA International, The Princess Grace Hospital, The Harley Street Clinic and Queen Anne Street Medical Centre are vital to support the local community in defense of life of their inhabitants.

Entertainment

And the level of fun, Marylebone area is very well represented; clubs, bars, pubs and restaurants here are among the best in London. Zaman At The Sportsman Casino, Fishworks Seafood, Samarqand Restaurant & Bar, Getti, La Porte des Indes, Villandry, The Grazing Goat, Doyles, Zaman, Tomoe, Fox Club succeed to satisfy the tastes of all those who cross the threshold, giving them high-traditional and international culinary preparations.

Well-connected

In terms of transport, the area is very well represented by subway, bus and train who stop at tube stations of Marylebone, Baker Street, Marble Arch, Oxford Circus and Edgware Road and Marylebone railway station. The bus routes of N74, 189, 27 and many more are available day and night for those living in Marylebone. Marylebone has a great connection with A41, A501, A40 and A4201 roads and all airports in the zone.

  • The Showroom Gallery 
  • ZSL London Zoo 
  • Lisson Gallery 
  • Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 
  • Madame Tussauds 
  • Wallace Collection 
  • All Souls Church Langham Place 
  • Sherlock Holmes Museum 
  • St Marylebone Parish Church 
  • Oxford Street 
  • Regent's Canal 
  • St Christopher's Place 
  • Wigmore Hall 
  • St James's Spanish Place 
  • Mark Jason Gallery 
  • London Central Mosque 
  • Portman Village Galleries 
  • Architecture Gallery – Royal Institute of British Architects 
  • Royal College of Physicians Library 
  • Royal Academy Of Music 
  • The Blake Centre 
  • Inner Circle, Regent's Park 

Schools

Primary Schools

  • Hampden Gurney CofE Primary School
  • Wetherby Preparatory School
  • St Mary’s Bryanston Square CofE School
  • The Minerva Academy
  • The Sylvia Young Theatre School

Secondary Schools

  • Wetherby Preparatory School
  • Halcyon London International School
  • The Sylvia Young Theatre School
  • The St Marylebone Church of England Bridge School
  • Francis Holland School

Colleges

  • Queen’s College
  • Royal College Of Midwives
  • London College of Fashion
  • Royal College of Nursing
  • King’s College London
  • Royal College Of Physicians
  • University College London – Chadwick Building
  • Birkbeck, University of London
  • Royal College of Art
  • London Medical Centre
  • The London Clinic
  • The Heart Hospital
  • The London Welbeck Hospital
  • Aqualibria Ltd
  • Ten Harley Street | Medical Consulting Rooms
  • Harley Street Health Centre
  • samedaydoctor
  • Fetal Medicine Centre
  • Noel Kingsley, Alexander Technique
  • The Harley Street Clinic Diagnostic Centre
  • The Harley Street Clinic
  • Nuffield Health London West End Health Clinic
  • The CyberKnife Centre London

Underground Stations

  • Marylebone
  • Edgware Road (Circle/District)
  • Marble Arch
  • Edgware Road (Bakerloo)

Train Stations

  • Marylebone station
  • Paddington station
  • Euston station
  • St. Pancras station
  • Charing Cross station

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