Marylebone Square

Marylebone Square

Marylebone Square offers a collection of 54 generously spaced apartments and penthouses, featuring 1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences, the majority of which feature floor-to-ceiling windows, open-plan living areas and elegant glass sliding doors that opens out onto a spacious balcony decking.


No. of units 54 Completion date Q1/Q2 2023
Location Bounded by: Moxon St (N), Cramer St (E), Aybrook St (W) and St. Vincent St (S) Est. Service Charge £6.91 psf / year
Parking 56 private parking spaces at additional cost Ground Rent 1 bed £750, 2 bed £1,250, 3 bed £1,500, Penthouse £2,500 p.a.
Cycling 102 private and secure spaces (free) Architect & Designers Simon Bowden and LIV Interiors
Storage Storage space in LG/B2 available at additional cost Development Manager Concord London
Tube/Train 5-7-minute walk from Bond Street & Baker Street Contractor Kier
Sustainability Targeting BREEAM “excellent”, solar panel roof, grey water recycling Tenure 999 years


Location and transport links

With an elegant mix of architectural styles from Georgian terraces to Victorian mansion blocks, and an ever-evolving catalogue of stylish boutiques and eateries, Marylebone is both endearingly traditional and vibrantly urban.

As a prestigious and desirable part of central London, Marylebone has been home to many famous names over the years, such as Charles Dickens, Jimi Hendrix and Paul McCartney.

Take a stroll to Selfridges via Marylebone High Street in which the area with the main street and side streets boasts a tempting array of carefully-selected boutiques, high-end restaurants and cafes, bespoke florists and boutique bookshops.

Marylebone is also a first-class eating and drinking destination, from the world-famous Chiltern Firehouse (4 mins’ walk) to The Providores & Tapa Room (3 mins’ walk) which is a unique

dining concept in the heart of Marylebone, offering a combination of tapas, antipodean delights, and an extensive New Zealand wine.

There are also a variety of attractions nearby, including the fascinating Wallace Collection (5 mins’ walk), Madame Tussauds London (9 mins’ walk) and the Sherlock Holmes Museum (10 mins’ walk).


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