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Located in a prime position on Gloucester Place, within the chic and affluent Marylebone Village, sits our Grade II listed Georgian building. A beautiful façade and an inside to match, arranged over lower ground, ground and three upper floors.
The stunning one-bedroom apartments within are self-contained with a fully fitted kitchen (including dishwasher / washer-dryer), dining area, living room area, private bathroom and comfortable bedroom. Each apartment comes with air-conditioning, a sofa bed, seating area, flat-screen TV and safe.
The lower ground floor is accessed via a separate entrance at the front of the building. This apartment also benefits from a generous patio area to the rear.
Location: Gloucester Place
With Marylebone mainline station and Marylebone and Baker Street underground stations all a 5-minute walk away, these apartments offer superb transport networks throughout London and beyond. Meanwhile London City Airport is 11 miles away, and can be reached with the convenience of public transport. Gloucester Place is a short stroll from the Regents Park, where you can enjoy an open-air theatre, walk through rose gardens, or boat around the lake – or take a 20-minute stroll to the green expanses of Hyde Park. The Sherlock Holmes Museum, a 3-minute walk away on nearby Baker Street, is the official home of the famous fictional detective – step back in time to explore curios from some of Holmes’ most famous cases. Madame Tussauds, home to 150 celebrity figures, is around 7 minutes’ walk away. The Marylebone Theatre is a new performance space offering a programme of theatre, concerts and dance – but you can also reach London’s West End theatres within around 25 minutes via the tube. The world-renowned Harley Street, with its large number of private specialists in medicine and surgery is also a short walk away.
Marylebone Village is bursting with a great mix of independent suppliers and high street retailers. The vibrant high street is around 13 minutes’ walk from Gloucester Place; head to Diptyque for luxury perfume, Fabriano Boutique for high-end stationery, Agnes B for chic designer clothing combining French aesthetics with a contemporary edge, or stop in at The White Company for stylish homeware and lifestyle items. The high street is also perfect for fashionistas looking for something unique, as it’s peppered with boutiques such as Fursac for sharp menswear, as well as recognisable womenswear labels including Sandro, RIXO, ba&sh, Bimba y Lola and more. The eclectic shopping areas of Oxford Street and Bond Street are only a few stops away on the tube, where you can find designer shops, department stores such as Selfridges, and a number of upmarket boutiques.
Marylebone is awash with amazing places to eat and drink. Near our Gloucester Place apartments you’ll find plenty of spots to enjoy your morning coffee, a laid-back lunch or something fancier for supper. Paris’s Café & Restaurant (3 min walk) offers a great selection of sandwiches, cakes and afternoon tea, while the Dorset Café (2 min walk) is a quaint spot serving brasserie-style food – both perfect for breakfast, lunch or brunch. Reubens (9 min walk) is the UK’s longest-running kosher restaurant and deli – it’s the place to go for salt beef sandwiches, latkes, schnitzel and more, perfect for a takeaway lunch. For dinner, try Ali Baba Restaurant, a cosy family-run place serving Egyptian cuisine just a minute from our apartments. Or you could head to one of the nearby gastropubs for a classic British pub supper – the Sir John Balcombe (3 min walk) was the site of the first Lord’s cricket ground and now serves delicious food in a bright, split-level building. For an upmarket evening meal, try Les 110 de Taillevant on Cavendish Street, with a French menu and over a hundred wines available by the glass to pair.
Hop on the tube down to London’s West End, where you’ll find a plenty of theatres showing evening performances of drama, comedy, musicals, cabaret and more – there’s something to suit all tastes! Wigmore Hall is the place for prestigious chamber music concerts, or head to 229 The Venue for gigs from contemporary artists as well as club nights. Or perhaps spend your evening at one of the many bars in Marylebone. Burlock Rum Room is a 1930s-style basement bar with vintage touches to the surroundings, while those who prefer wine might want to check out Clarette for its extensive list of French vintages and chic art deco décor.