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Top three properties for sale in Marylebone

PUBLISHED: 14:30 16 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:30 16 July 2015

Nottingham Place, W1U, £1,950,000

Nottingham Place, W1U, £1,950,000

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Homes in Marylebone are a mixture of large Georgian terraces, often divided into flats, mews houses and mansion blocks - along with new luxury developments

Nottingham Place, W1U, £1,950,000Nottingham Place, W1U, £1,950,000

Nottingham Place, W1U, £1,950,000

This four-bedroom flat is in a typical Edwardian red-brick mansion block but comes with the rare benefit of outside space and a concierge.

The apartment is attractively decorated but would benefit from some modernisation, offering the chance to put your own stamp on it.

London Residential

Nottingham Place, W1U, £1,950,000Nottingham Place, W1U, £1,950,000

Spanish Place, W1U, £7,000,000

Handy for the Wallace Collection, this mid-Georgian, grade II-listed townhouse has three en suite bedrooms and a variety of entertaining space set over five storeys.

It also boasts two balconies and a terrace, as well as a reception room leading out on to a terrace.

Savills

Spanish Place, W1U, £7,000,000Spanish Place, W1U, £7,000,000

Devonshire Place, W1, £10,950,000

This grade II-listed Georgian townhouse retains many original decorative features including ornate ceiling decoration and wooden floors throughout its 10 bedrooms.

There is ample scope for an updating and modernising the property, however, as well as making it your own – as shown by the decorative efforts of the current vendors.

Sandfords

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