Find everything you want to know about the Marylebone property
market with Sandfords Marylebone Estate Agents
Historically, the parish of St. Mary’s, from which Marylebone’s name
derives, covered the area comprised between Oxford Street, Regent’s
Park and St. John’s Wood. Today, the two areas tend to be regarded as
separate, with Marylebone bounded by Oxford Street to the south,
Marylebone Road to the north, Edgware Road to the west and Great
Portland Street to the east.
Marylebone has been developed starting with the 18th century, by two
major landowners. The Portman estate, covering most of the area west
of Baker Street, still features today the wide roads and elegant squares
it was originally designed with by Henry Portman. Manchester square,
Portman square and Village are among the highlights of the estate, with
a lot of the magnificent Georgian buildings being restored and many
streets landscaped and pedestrianised.
The Howard de Walden estate, covering the area east of Baker Street,
features some of London’s most beautiful Georgian architecture and
Marylebone’s main attraction: the Marylebone Village. By carefully
preserving the character of its’ period buildings as well as rejuvenating
the Marylebone High Street, which continues to be the heart of the
village after more than 600 years, the estate has successfully turned
Marylebone in one of London’s most charming and desirable areas to
Nested between Hyde Park and Regent’s
Park, Marylebone is the perfect place to live
for anyone wanting to be close to everything
that Central London has to offer, but away
from all the hustle and bustle of the city.
Marylebone offers a
atmosphere, in an elegant and varied
Both local residents and visitors enjoy the
international cuisine restaurants and refined
bars in Marylebone Village, the richness of
the local cultural scene and the tranquil
setting offered by Marylebone’s scenic
Top Attractions in Marylebone
1. Stunning architecture - Marylebone presents some of
London’s most beautiful and well-preserved period town
houses, terraces and mansion blocks, from the Wallace
Collection to Home House in Portman Square.
2. Marylebone High Street - It is not just a shopping
destination, but one of London’s most popular independent
shopping streets, featuring designer stores, art boutiques
and specialist food shops. It is also home to the famous
Daunts independent bookstore and Alfie’s, the largest indoor
antiques market in London.
3. Street markets - Marylebone abounds in street markets &
street events and this is one of the reasons it boasts a strong
community spirit. When living in Marylebone, you don’t want
to miss the weekly Farmers’ market or the annual
Marylebone Summer Fayre.
4. Proximity to parkland - Regent’s Park offers the largest
open green space in Central London, with an abundance of
sports facilities, the London Zoo and an open air theatre, and
it’s in walking distance from the Marylebone area.
Marylebone Property Profile
Property in Marylebone is still predominantly
Georgian in character, varying from Grade I and
Grade II listed buildings to town houses that
retained their beautiful Period features even if
Many of the properties available for sale or to rent
in Marylebone have been attentively converted or
rebuilt as mansion flats; so that the area today
offers accommodation to suit most tastes and
The space and grandeur that these Period buildings
convey are some of the reasons Marylebone
property is so sought after. Marylebone’s
desirability also increased in the past decade due
to the rejuvenation of the area, with Marylebone
entertainment and cultural destination in Central
What our Estate Agents love about Marylebone
•The unique village feel of the area, despite the
central London location. Marylebone has a certain
comfortable and intimate sophistication attached to
•The variety of properties the area provides. There
are plenty of options when searching for property
for sale or to rent in Marylebone : from townhouses
and mansion blocks to penthouse apartments and
•The excellent accommodation houses and flats in
Marylebone offer to home buyers and renters alike.
All properties available for sale or to rent with
Sandfords come with bright interiors, spacious
rooms and high standard fittings.
Buying or Renting Property in Marylebone
With such excellent local facilities and exceptional property profile,
it’s no wonder Marylebone attracts a constantly high demand for
properties for sale and to rent, from homebuyers and renters across
London and around the world.
The most sought after addresses in Marylebone are usually those in
and around the Marylebone Village. Locations such as Marylebone
High Street, Gloucester Place, Bryanston Square, Westmoreland
Street or Dorset Street, command premium asking prices prices and
rents. But buying or renting opportunities expand well beyond
Marylebone Village. With many flat conversions and refurbishing
taking place in the area, deep knowledge of the local property
market is essential to uncover these opportunities.
Sandfords Marylebone Estate Agents are happy to help you
find a suitable property for sale or to rent in the area and
secure it in a timely fashion.
Properties for Sale in Marylebone
Some of our top featured properties for sale in Marylebone:
2 Bedroom Flat for Sale in Marylebone High
Street, Marylebone, London, W1
6 bedroom house for sale in Dorset Street,
Marylebone , London, W1
For an updated and complete list of houses and flats for sale in Marylebone, please visit www.
Properties to Rent in Marylebone
Some of our top featured properties to Rent in Marylebone:
6 bedroom House to Rent in Upper Berkeley
Street, Marylebone, London, W1
3 bedroom flat to rent in Montagu Square,
Marylebone, London, W1
For an updated and complete list of houses and flats to rent in Marylebone, please visit www.
For more information on living in Marylebone or available property for sale or to rent in
Marylebone, don’t hesitate to contact or visit our Marylebone Estate Agents office.
We are located on 6 Paddington Street, right at the heart of Marylebone Village.
6 Paddington Street,
London W1U 5QG
+44 (0)20 7224 4994