Located between Oxford Street in the South and Regents Park in the North. The area comes under the London Borough of Westminster whose council tax charges tend to be the lowest of all the surrounding boroughs.
The area has become extremely popular over the last decade. Everything London has to offer is on your doorstep. Shopping is exceptional from little specialist shops to huge world renowned department stores like Selfriges on Oxford Street. There are an abundance of restaurants with food from the four corners of the world, pretty green garden squares, Regents Park with London Zoo and boating lake for those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of central London.
Marylebone has a huge array of properties that include Georgian and Victoria building, 1960ís developments, cobbled mews houses and mansions blocks. The area has it retained itís original fashionable status and the shops in Marylebone High Street cater for their local and international clientele, with some of Londonís finest shops and restaurants.
Marylebone encompasses many well known landmarks including the area around Harley Street world famous for some of the top medical consultants, Baker Street made famous by Sherlock Holmes and Madame Tussauds. Marylebone is home to the prestigious London Business School and European Business School.
Public transport is excellent and most of Londonís attractions are either walking distance or a short cab ride away.