A stylish apartment in a brand-new development in Marylebone. The property benefits from a 24-hour concierge and has access to a secure underground parking.
The apartment follows a contemporary open-plan layout and features a spectacular fully fitted kitchen, open-plan living room with elegant floor-to-ceiling windows and access out onto the terrace, separate utility room, guest shower room, a private study and a double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom.
Marylebone Square is a collection of 54 high-end apartments, carefully chosen boutiques and restaurants, and a versatile community hall. The development represents a modern take on the traditional style of London mansion blocks, centred around a beautiful five-level glass-canopied atrium garden, paved with granite and lined with tall trees. The design is classic yet contemporary, and creates an authentic village feel - right in the city centre.
Refined, elegant and intuitively designed, these apartments are generously proportioned and yet comfortably intimate. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the apartments with natural light, and their open-plan layout make them ideal for entertaining.
All of the apartments have been finished to a luxurious standard, and designed using the highest-quality materials. Throughout each you will find classic marble surfaces and walnut veneer vanity units, while the development's signature balustrades have been crafted by a local foundry.
Marylebone Square is set at the heart of a vibrant and diverse neighbourhood with a strong community feel. Community get-togethers - whether it's the farmers' market on a Sunday or an outdoor concert at Manchester Square - mean that getting to know your neighbours is easy. For the more functional side, a plethora of outstanding schools and some of London's most prestigious medical practices all sit within walking distance. Commuters are able to access a variety of Underground lines from nearby Baker Street, Bond Street, Regent's Park and Oxford Circus, alongside National Rail links from Marylebone and the Crossrail service from Bond Street. Shoppers are similarly spoiled for choice, as Oxford Street, Park Lane and Regent Street are all within walking distance.
Many famous names have graced these streets. Prime Minister Winston Churchill enjoyed a brandy over the road at the Gunmakers pub. British literary giant Charles Dickens wrote "A Christmas Carol" during his time at Devonshire Terrace just up the road; while Paul McCartney and John Lennon wrote "Yesterday" in the attic of 57 Wimpole Street. Marylebone's musical past is still apparent today - each summer, the annual music festival is held at various locations around the neighbourhood, luring artistic talent from all over the world.
The site of Marylebone Square, however, has not until now been able to fully share in the neighbourhood's glory. For over 50 years, it has stood vacant after a project on the land was mothballed, while in recent years planning has been refused to a number of applicants hoping to build there. A particular kind of venture was needed to realise the potential of the site, and it is this that the new development offers - preserving the farmers' market in the community hall, providing a selection of boutiques and injecting new life into the area, Marylebone Square is the perfect fit for the neighbourhood.
The development's estimated completion date is 2022 and will be supplied with a 10-year new-build warranty by NHBC,.