In the past, the people in charge of managing Marylebone property strived to create an elegant and varied streetscape of squares and avenues in the Georgian manner. Architectural highlights include Portland Place, and Portman Square, where Home House is one of the most perfectly preserved Georgian town houses in London.
Though the area is still predominantly Georgian in character, some areas have been rebuilt as mansion flats, so the Marylebone property market today offers accommodation to suit everyone’s needs.
Marylebone offers a unique village atmosphere, in an elegant and varied streetscape. Marylebone residents can enjoy the wealth of vibrant independent shops, international cuisine restaurants and refined bar. Marylebone also plays host to street markets and events – this is one of the reasons it boasts a strong community spirit. When living in Marylebone, keep an eye out for the weekly Farmers’ market or the annual Marylebone Summer Fayre.
Marylebone has excellent transport links across London and beyond. With Marylebone train station, Baker Street, Edgware Road & Marble Arch tube stations plus numerous bus routes serving the area.