Despite it's central London location and proximity to the world-famous Oxford Street, Marylebone maintains the feeling of a village, owing to its independent stores, quaint cafes and elegant architecture. Marylebone also benefits from London's finest parks, including Regent's Park and Hyde park, allowing residents to have the best of both world's when it comes to location.

Over the years it has also been home to numerous musical legends, including Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

Why live in Marylebone?

1. The architecture

Marylebone boasts a carefully curated mix of original Georgian and Victorian homes, alongside sympathetically-designed residential developments like Marylebone Square. Opulent palaces, townhouses and quaint mews dwellings line the chic streets of this popular London hub.

2. Transport links

Transport options in Marylebone are one of its main draws, with tube stations (including Bond Street, Baker Street, Regent’s Park and Oxford Circus) providing routes to every corner of the capital, and train stations (Marylebone and Euston) providing access to places further afield. Bus routes and cycling options are also available for residents.

3. Local amenities 

Marylebone is home to a host of high-end boutiques, and independent stores, including the famous Daunt Books. It’s also a stones throw from the busy London shopping streets of New Bond Street and Oxford Street, meaning you’re within walking distance of all your favourite stores.

4. Food, drink, and culture

Marylebone is renowned for its plethora of dining and drinking options, including Michelin-starred establishments, independent cafes, and country-style pubs. The eateries range from comforting fast food like MeatLiquor, through to international delights like Fischer’s, to celebrity favourites like the Chiltern Firehouse. In addition, Marylebone is also home to many tourist attractions which are worth exploring, including nearby Madame Tussauds and Wigmore Hall.

5. Green spaces

Being in the heart of London, Marylebone provides access to the vast green spaces of nearby Hyde Park and Regent's Park. Smaller gardens (including Cavendish Square Gardens) are also popular picnic spots when the sun is shining.

6. Schools and education

There are many good schooling options in Marylebone for families settling in the area, including St Marylebone School and the Sylvia Young Theatre School which are known for their creative focus.

7. Hospitals and healthcare 

Marylebone is home to the world-famous Harley Street, epicentre for medical innovation and cutting-edge procedures, catering to a wealth of medical and cosmetic needs with their private specialists. Many hospitals in the area provide superb care for a range of medical needs, including The University College Hospital and Princess Grace Hospital.

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David Ornsby
Partner, Marylebone Lettings
020 7299 2447 Email me About David
David has a wealth of experience within the London Lettings market, working for some of London's largest Estate Agents across London. David joined Carter Jonas to the lead the Fulham office in 2015 before moving to the flagship Marylebone office in 2019 where he looks after private clients and Estates including The Portman Estate and Howard de Walden Estate.Bringing an enthusiastic approach to his work, David has a keen focus on building and maintaining strong relationships with his clients. He firmly believes his experience and knowledge ensures he can advise his clients correctly in an industry which has increasing regulatory obligations whilst also delivering a first class service.

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