THE HEART OF MARYLEBONE
Highly sought after, Marylebone Village is an enviable place to live for many reasons. Enjoyed by working professionals, university students and families, this area is characterised by major streets on a grid pattern including Marylebone High Street, Queen Anne Street, Wimpole Street, Harley Street and Portland Place, with smaller attractive mews nestled between.
Renowned for its mix of Georgian terraces, period buildings, mansions blocks and lovely Garden Squares, which provide a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. In addition to the private gardens for residents, close by are two beautiful Royal parks to relax and unwind as well as historic buildings, museums, art galleries and theatres.
Generally, living in Marylebone Village offers a fantastic quality of life, in one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the city.
The Village has a vibrant and diverse community, with a great mix of shops, restaurants, and cultural hotspots.
Described as ‘the hidden wonder of the West End’, Marylebone High Street offers a wide variety of specialist shops and boutiques — highlights including Daunts Book Store, David Penton & Son, The Conran Shop, VV Rouleau and Waitrose.
Cafes, restaurants and bars numbering many include Bayley & Sage, Daylesford, Fischers, La Fromagerie, Ottolenghi Marylebone, Paul Rothe & Son and The Ivy Café.